The song, which was debuted at the iHeartRadio Music Awards earlier this week, will appear in the late King of Pop's upcoming posthumous album 'Xscape'.
A new Michael Jackson song from his upcoming posthumous album "Xscape" has landed online. Titled "Love Never Felt So Good", the track came in two versions with one being sung entirely by the late King of Pop and one featuring guest vocals from Justin Timberlake.
The new song is a disco-themed catchy pop jam that Jackson co-wrote with Paul Anka in 1983. It features the singer crooning, "Baby, love never felt so good / and I'd die if it ever could / Not like you hold me, hold me."
Timberlake then joins the late superstar to give some modern touch to the song's duet version.
"Love Never Felt So Good" was debuted for the first time at the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards on Thursday, May 1 with the help from Usher.
"Xscape" is due out on May 13 via Epic Records. In addition to Timberlake, the record will see guest appearances from Mary J. Blige, Questlove and D'Angelo. Timbaland co-produced the album with Rodney Jerkins, Stargate, Jerome "Jroc" Harmon, and John McClain.