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On the second anniversary of Michael Jackson's death, 13-year old singer Greyson Chance has paid tribute to The King of Pop.

In a newly-released video, Chance covers "I Wanna Be Where You Are," a single Jackson included on his debut album at the same age. Greyson, meanwhile, will release his first CD on August 2.

In news related to MJ's death, Dr. Conrad Murray says he won't accept a plea deal for his alleged role in the icon's passing. That guy seriously sucks.

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Greyson Chance will release his debut album on August 2, but fans don't need to wait that long to get a look at it.

The young artist, who was discovered by Ellen DeGeneres after releasing songs on YouTube, has unveiled the cover art for "Hold on 'Til the Night." Check it out here:

Greyson Chance Album Art

Chance worked with a team of known producers on the CD, including The Matrix (Christina Aguilera, Avril Lavigne, Jason Mraz, Britney Spears), Billy Steinberg (Enrique Iglesias, Katherine McPhee, Miranda Cosgrove) and Ron Fair (Lady Gaga, Christina Aguilera, Black Eyed Peas).

How does he feel about it? What has this journey been like? Greyson spoke to THG on the red carpet of last night's Green Lantern premiere in Los Angeles. Watch that interview below:

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