Video: Usher Helps Debut Michael Jackson's New Song 'Love Never Felt So Good'


Video: Usher Helps Debut Michael Jackson's New Song 'Love Never Felt So Good'
Usher takes the stage at the iHeartRadio Music Awards to dance to the brand-new track to be included in MJ's upcoming album 'XSCAPE'.


A brand-new Michael Jackson song, "Love Never Felt So Good", was debuted at the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards which is currently underway at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium. While the late singer appeared on giant screens, another star, Usher, took the stage to dance to the track, which was introduced by music producer L.A. Reid.

The "Scream" hitmaker got people scream with excitement as he showed up halfway through the song. Donning a black and golden jacket, he recreated some of MJ's iconic dance moves along with backing dancers. He ended the tribute to the King of Pop on a table.

"Love Never Felt So Good", written by MJ and Paul Anka, will be included in Jackson's posthumous album, "Xscape", which is due out on May 13. The full song, meanwhile, will be available for download starting at 12:01 A.M. on Friday morning, May 2.



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