The stories about Michael Jackson's 17-year-old son, Prince Jackson, have been gossip website fodder for some time, ranging from time out on the town to his exploits with women (even at the ripe age of 17) to a budding relationship with the biggest boxer in the world, Floyd Mayweather Jr. Now king of pop's heir is reportedly making a foray into music with the aid of one of the genre's biggest stars right now, Justin Bieber, page six reports. According to a family source, the pair are working on a "major recording album." Mayweather has been the driving force behind the recording sessions and with his yearly salary, he can easily afford to bankroll such an operation.
Both individuals, Mayweather and Bieber are said to be mentors and role models for young Prince Jackson, which may not bode well for the heir to $1 billion fortune with Bieber's past and current legal issues and Mayweather's past with domestic violence.
As noted by Complex, 17 is a very impressionable age and with Prince Jackson's $66,000 weekly allowance, he has the freedom to do largely as he pleases without the worry of monetary constraints.
It is possible that the pair could make some pretty decent music, but we don't really know if Jackson has much in the way of talent thus far. It doesn't seem likely that Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, would let the Canadian spend a substantial amount of time with Prince Jackson recording mediocre music when Bieber has his own tracks to make, including a rumored album, no matter the possible payday.
We will see what comes of this "major recording album" and hopefully a smidgen of his father's talent rubbed off on Prince. Below is an example of what Justin can do for someone else's music.