New Music: Michael Jackson & Justin Timberlake – ‘Love Never Felt So Good’

Love Never Felt So Good

The King of Pop continues to bless the world with his timeless music. After receiving its world premiere from Usher at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, the first single off Michael Jackson’s posthumous album Xscape has been released in full.

The ’70s-inspired disco jam, contemporized by Timbaland, was originally written by Jackson and Paul Anka in 1983, but feels just as current today. In addition to the solo version, Justin Timberlake joins his idol on an alternate duet, which takes listeners back to the Off the Wall era.

“Baby, love never felt so good / And I’d die if it ever could / Not like you hold me, hold me,” sings MJ.

Due May 13, Xscape features eight unreleased songs with appearances from Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo, Questlove, and The Time’s Jesse Johnson, plus additional production from Stargate, Jerome “Jroc” Harmon, John McClain, and Rodney Jerkins.

Listen to both versions of MJ’s single below.

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  1. angelkeys

    SLAYAGE!!!! I prefer the solo version but this is still fire!


    Brian Reply:

    @angelkeys, solo version is so much better.


  2. beebee

    LOVE the solo versio just that little bit better, but JT did his damn thing!


  3. Henny from the Dock

    sounds good surprisingly


  4. Miszi

    Both versions sound great. Hope the rest of the album is about the same quality.


  5. CJ

    2:15 – 2:31>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>


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  7. Ice

    0_0 Wow, this is nostalgia at its best. Great song that sticks true to his past music.


  8. riley

    Love both versions but love the duet just a bit better. It’s just so old school MJ. LOVE!!!!


  9. Yolas de dyah to Life

    love both versions of this song however Micheal Jackson did Amazing Job & Justin Timberlake did his thing


  10. Mars

    This is Anazing!!! I’m so happy to hear Micheal again!! Both versions are great. Justin added such a great feel and vibe to the duet. Can’t wait to hear the album.


  11. ????

    LOL garbage. I’m not going to say this is great just because it’s Michael Jackson. Borefes both songs. Sounds dated. Stop putting out Michael Jacson songs please


    Ice Reply:

    @????, Of course it sounds dated, it was recorded in 1983, one year after Thriller was released. Stop hating.


  12. emc2

    Michael jackson would never release this and i love Michael


  13. Hugh

    Love it!


  14. Mao_the_cat

    If he was alive, nobody would’ve cared for this.. lol


  15. Major Sushi

    Michael Jackson is dead but Azealia Banks’ album is not out?


  16. Dave

    Michael didn’t want these released.


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