Quick's first encounter with Michael Jackson was weird
DJ Quick's first encounter with Michael Jackson wasn't a usual one. During a recent interview with VladTV, Quick recalled one time he was working on his 1991 song, “Tonite,” at MJ's studio when the pop singer's team informed them that the Thriller hit-maker was arriving in the building.
Quick recounted that they were then asked to turn and face the wall so that they won't see Jackson. “We taking a break from the studio, and these guys come in, and they was like, ‘We about to bring somebody through here, can you turn and face the wall?'” Quik explained, before remembering asking them if they were “serious.”
“It's like damn, Mike didn't want anyone to look at him, the fuck is this?” Quik continued.
Quick later explained that MJ was “more cool” and “less timid” in their next meeting.