We've been enjoying the fruits of Michael Jackson's posthumous album Xscape all summer — trust that "Love Never Felt So Good" has gotten many a party started for us — and the late singer's estate has just dropped a new music video.
The video, directed by industry bigwig Samuel Bayer, is for Jackson's revision of 1972's "A Horse With No Name," by America, "A Place With No Name." The track, originally recorded in 1998, received a sonic facelift from producers Timbaland and SuperGate, who's previously worked with the likes of Beyoncé, Rihanna, and Katy Perry. The vide, quite literally, brings the song's lyrics to life while featuring behind-the-scenes of the King of Pop dancing from 1991's "In The Closer" video.
The premiere was announced exclusively on Jackson's Twitter account and marks the first time a music video has premiered on the social networking site. Watch the video in the link, below: