Michael Jackson ft. Justin Timberlake - Love Never Felt So Good

Posted 2 years ago
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When the biggest pop star of all-time and the biggest pop star of the last decade combine forces on one record…yeah, it’s kind of a big deal. For months there’s been rumors of Michael Jackson‘s upcoming second posthumous album, Xscape, and Love Never Felt So Good is the first (official) taste. Originally a 1983 demo co-written with Paul Anka, for the 2014 update we get some production touches from John McClain, along with brand new vocals from the current King of Pop, Justin Timberlake. Xscape is out now.

Update: We have added the visuals for MJ and Timberlake’s Love Never Felt So Good single.

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