Even though it’s become a really cliched thing to see musicians working for charity, it’s still effective and it still has to be done.
By the early nineties George Michael and again delved deeper into musical bag of treats by writing Jesus to a Child as a tribute to his lover Anselmo Feleppa who had died in 1993. Feleppa was Brazilian and the song has a heavy influence of the Brazilian bossa nova style a fusion of samba and jazz.
After the passing of George Michael it was revealed that he had donated all of the proceeds from Jesus to a Child to the charity ChildLine showing just a glimpse of the generosity that Michael’s had. Over the course of his career George Michael had absolutely no qualms with giving to causes such as children, cancer and the LGBT community.