Michael Jackson’s new music video has been unveiled

The feature for the late artist’s new single, A Place With No Name, debuted on Twitter and on a titan screen in New York’s Times Square at the same time.

The short film – coordinated by Samuel Bayer, who made the features for Nirvana’s Smells Like Teen Spirit, Robbie Williams’ Angels and Justin Timberlake’s What Goes Around… Comes Around – gimmicks out-takes and off camera footage from the feature for Michael’s 1992 single In The Closet.

The tune, enlivened by America’s 1972 hit A Horse With No Name, was initially recorded in 1998. The new feature was discharged by Epic Records.

The track emphasizes on the post-humous Xscape, a collection of “contemporised” unfinished material with included creation from any semblance of Timbaland and Stargate, which bested the UK graphs when it was discharged in May.

Michael kicked the bucket on June 25, 2009, at 50 years old, from a heart failure.

News 14.Aug.2014

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