Nostalgia never felt so good. A day after Michael Jackson's posthumous album Xscape arrived, the music video for its first single, "Love Never Felt So Good," featuring Justin Timberlake, hit the King of Pop's YouTube channel.
The video, which was released on Wednesday, highlights Jackson's standout moments from his memorable music videos such as "Thriller," "Beat It," "Bad," "Smooth Criminal" and more.
To the dismay of fans of hologram musicians, Jackson only appears in clips from his previous music videos. Timberlake helps recreate some of Jackson's dance moves with a posse of dancers, while throwing in some of his own JT swagger.
Xscape has already claimed the top spot on many countries' iTunes Store Top 10 Albums charts, though in the United States at the time of this writing, it sat at No. 3, behind albums from 5 Seconds of Summer and The Black Keys.
Audio for "Love Never Felt So Good" debuted May 2, building early buzz for Xscape.
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