More than a year after his death, Michael Jackson remains a magnet for controversy.
His new song, "Breaking News," was released just after midnight, but some members of his family say it's probably not him singing, reports "Early Show" co-anchor Erica Hill.
The song takes a swipe at the media, which Jackson felt never understood him, Hill observes.
This, as new video emerges that's eerily reminiscent of one of the legendary singer's most outrageous stunts.
The dramatic new video, from 1997, shows Jackson holding his first son, Prince, then four-months-old, out the window of his top-floor Munich hotel room -- a foreshadowing of the bizarre baby-dangling incident five years later in which he held infant Blanket out over a hotel balcony in Berlin.
The new video was posted on the website News of the World.
In it, Debbie Rowe, Jackson's ex-wife and mother of his children, can be heard egging him on, Hill points out.
Despite the latest controversy, fans have been flocking to the King of Pop's website to listen to the world premiere of the posthumous single, Hill says.
The song is from a new album entitled "Michael," which contains previously unheard material and is set be released Dec. 14 by Sony Epic Records and Jackson's estate.
But Jackson's father, Joe Jackson, has publicly denounced the album, saying his son would never want unfinished material released.
In video posted on the Website TMZ.com, La Toya Jackson, Michael Jackson's sister, says she "listened to" the new song and, "It doesn't sound like him."
And Jackson's mother, Katherine Jackson, is said to suspect that the voice on some of the songs isn't even Michael's. Sony denies the allegation, saying all the material has been authenticated.
Katherine sat down with Oprah Winfrey to discuss the death of her son in an interview to air today on Winfrey's show.
A preliminary hearing for Jackson's personal physician when he died, Dr. Conrad Murray, is scheduled to start Jan. 4. Murray has pleaded not guilty to the charge of involuntary manslaughter in Jackson's death after authorities accused him of giving the singer a lethal dose of sedatives.