Pop artist Michael Jackson onstage at opening night of his Victory Tour at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles in 1984. (AP Photo/Lennox McLendon, file)

It’s been six years since the King of Pop passed, but his musical legacy hasn’t left us. In homage to Michael Jackson’s incredible career, here are some of the best musical tributes to the famous Moonwalker that the web has to offer:

Few covers can compare to Alien Ant Farm’s 2001 rock rendition of “Smooth Criminal.” The music video is almost nothing like the original, but does include a few nods to the King of Pop’s signature dance moves.

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Fall Out Boy added their own emo-rock spin on a Jackson classic with their 2009 cover of “Beat It.”

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Usher and his crew of dancers stomped it out to the premiere of a new MJ song called “Love Never Felt So Good” at the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

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Cello duo 2Cellos dueled it out in this war-themed classical cover of “They Don’t Care About Us.”

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YouTubers Sam Tsui and Kurt Schneider collaborated on this epic MJ mash-up.

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Singer Jason Derulo treated fans to his version of “Billie Jean” while on tour in 2012.

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A capella group Pentatonix recently released an instrument-free chronicle of Jackson’s hits.

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And who can forget Janet Jackson’s incredible tribute to her late brother at the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards? A troupe of dancers tore up the floor to “Smooth Criminal” and Jackson followed up with a performance of her and Michael’s 1995 duet “Scream.”

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