The video for Michael Jackson's long-lost charity single WHAT MORE CAN I GIVE? has surfaced on the internet.
The track, which features vocals from the likes of Celine Dion, 'N Sync, Beyonce Knowles, Usher and Mariah Carey, was recorded in the wake of the 11 September (01) terror attacks in America, but was never given an official release.
But the video - which shows the all-star cast laying down vocals for the track - has now found its way onto the THRILLER star's fansite, WWW.JACKSONDAILYNEWS.NET.
According to reports, only 200 copies of the song were pressed and distributed before disagreements between Jackson and SONY MUSIC resulted in the project being shelved.
Marc Schaffel, executive producer of the track, last year (02) described the song as "a gift to the world".
He said, "Michael and everyone donated their time for it, and it deserves to be heard.
"The song is called What More Can I Give? and I can give the world a song they can cling onto and hopefully make them think about what they can give."
Both English and Spanish language versions of the track were recorded and both are currently available to download in full online.04/06/2003 01:56