Singer Khalil Fong Dai-tung plans to include some Michael Jackson material on his next album as a tribute to the late King of Pop. 'I have been a fan of Michael Jackson since I was little and I love listening to his songs, especially Man in the Mirror. I love imitating his dance moves too,' said Fong (right), who performed Jackson's moonwalk during his concert series at Kowloon Bay's Star Hall last year. 'He was a genius on stage and losing him is like losing a great master who taught us so much.' Fong said Jackson's passion for music had a tremendous impact on him. He said he would rearrange and perform some of his favourite Jackson tunes for his upcoming album, which will be released next month. The singer would not reveal which Jackson songs he has chosen for the album. Fong joined millions of Jackson fans who tuned in to watch the televised memorial service for the late pop star earlier this week. He said he had been eagerly anticipating attending one of Jackson's planned concerts in London this year. Instead, Fong said he would perform some of Jackson's songs during his two gigs at the Convention and Exhibition Centre on August 27 and 28.