In 1982, Michael Jackson gave the album "Thriller" to the world. This album created seven Top 10 hits such as "Billie Jean", "Thriller", etc. and went on to become the best-selling album in history. Michael had already found his sound, but he wanted to create something that would make him stand out completely. His moment came on a 1983 TV special honoring Motown (the record label that took in the Jackson 5), and his now famous dance move (The Moonwalk which he created himself) was introduced to the world. He then choreographed the dance sequences for the song "Beat it" and the famous horror-themed "Thriller". The album stayed on the charts for 80 weeks and held the No.1 spot for 37 weeks. It also gave Michael 12 grammy nominations and 8 wins, all showcasing the diverse nature of his work.