“Heaven Can Wait” is recorded by American recording artist Michael Jackson and taken from his tenth studio album “Invincible”. It was released on 30 October, 2001 by Epic Records. It was co-produced by Michael Jackson, Nate Smith, Andreao Heard and Teddy Riley, and co-written by Michael Jackson, Kenny Quiller, Eritza Laues, Teron Beal, Smith, Heard and Riley.
Mark Anthony Neal from “SeeingBlack.com” said “the song is the best vocal performance from Michael Jackson”. Bill Johnson of “The Urban Daily” said “beautifully performed and smooth”. Milena Brown from “PRessure” said “heart-touching song, but it didn’t get the popularity that it deserved”. Robert Hilburn from “Los Angeles Times” commented “this is a story about a man who wants to turn away an angel from angel, because he wants to stay with his love one”. NME reviewed that “now I’m not realizing that Michael is a longer pioneering, it would be a Usher ballad. But I don’t like it”.
“Heaven Can Wait” peaked at number 72 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart.