Its reported that the self-styled King Of Pop releases 'Invincible' in September...

MICHAEL JACKSON‘s new album will be called ‘INVINCIBLE’, according to reports in the US.

While the title has not been confirmed, mtv.com reported that this is understood to be the title, and Jackson has revealed in interviews that the album title “begins with the letter ‘I’.”

The album is understood to have been completed at the Miami studios Hit Factory, where Jackson has spent three months recording at least 50 tracks, 15 of which were apparently previewed to the record label this week.

According to mtv.com, the first single will be a collaboration with Method Man, and song titles include ‘Speechless’, ‘The Lost Children’, ‘Privacy’ and ‘Unbreakable’.

It’s thought the album will be released before the end of September, to be eligible for a Grammy nomination.

The site also reports that *N Sync, Britney Spears and Whitney Houston are lined up to appear at a tribute concert being organised by Jackson.

The show is scheduled to take place in September at Madison Square Garden in New York.