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The king and prince of pop have “finally” linked up.
It’s unfortunate that Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake didn’t collaborate before that tragic day in June of 2009 when the eternal king of pop was taken from us–especially considering he recently revealed that one of N’SYNC‘s bigger hits, “Gone”, was this close to being a duet between Justin Timberlake and Michael Jackson–but we will most certainly settle for this.
Yesterday, Jackson’s new, posthumous album, XSCAPE, was released to pretty rave reviews, and the opening song from the LP, “Love Never Felt So Good”, the unofficial duet between the once-in-a-generation talents, has been granted a sensational video, which features mash-ups from some of Michael Jackson’s most iconic video moments, and Justin Timberlake–joined by several fans–celebrating the upbeat tune.
After a number of leaks and promotional singles, fans can now get their hands on the King of Pop’s, Michael Jackson, first posthumous album: XSCAPE. The partnership between the Jackson estate and famed producer, executive L.A. Reid resulted in the unearthing of nearly four decades worth of unused music. If that doesn’t get you giddy, well you can also expect to hear some familiar sounds by way of Timbaland and Justin Timberlake, who both contribute to the project.
So far, each single that was released has had us excited to hear the full length in its entirety. Well today we get that chance, as it hits store shelves nationwide. However, you can also stream it via Spotify. Tell us what you think, does it hold up to his previous legacy?
JT & MJ (almost) connect.
Michael Jackson‘s “new” album, XSCAPE, will be in stores tomorrow, and more often than not, the latest releases from the pop star’s new posthumous album have been given favorable reviews. L.A. Reid & Timbaland have come together to resurrect the fallen icon’s vocals, and one of the new cuts became “Love Never Felt So Good”, a blissful duet between former N’SYNC frontman Justin Timberlake, and MJ.
Apparently, their working relationship almost included N’SYNC’s huge 2001 Grammy-nominated single, “Gone”, which Justin Timberlake revealed to Ryan Seacrest was originally written for Michael Jackson’s use. Apparently, after Timberlake wrote the record for Jackson, Jackson’s camp declined the offer, so it became a hit-single for N’SYNC. However, after N’SYNC’s version was already released, MJ called Justin Timberlake saying he wanted to record the song as a duet with himself, and JT.
[He] said that he wanted to cut the record, but he wanted it to be a duet between himself and I. And I said, ‘It’s already out. We’ve already cut this song as an ‘NSync record.’
“I’m on the phone, I’m literally punching myself in the face, because I said, ‘I can’t do that. Could we do an ‘NSync featuring Michael Jackson? Or Michael Jackson featuring ‘NSync?’ And he was very absolute about the fact that he wanted it to be a duet between himself and I.
We almost had a Justin Timberlake and Michael Jackson music video in 2001. Let that marinate for a few minutes.
Then get ready for XSCAPE, out tomorrow.
A song written in 1983 entitled Love Never Felt So Good by Michael Jackson and Paul Anka was brought to light when Usher performed it at the IheartRadio awards in compliment of Michael Jackson’s posthumous album Xscape expected to drop May 13. Listen as Justin Timberlake lends his soulful voice on the track.
– Asada Nicome ( @SadaBlu )