Michael Jackson's New Single 'Love Never Felt So Good' Debuted

artist: michael jackson date: 05/02/2014 category: upcoming releases
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Michael Jackson's New Single 'Love Never Felt So Good' Debuted
Michael Jackson's new single "Love Never Felt So Good" was debuted yesterday evening – click below to listen.

As NME notes, the track was premiered at the iHeartRadio Music Awards in LA last night. After initially being introduced by chairman and CEO of Epic records, LA Reid, Usher appeared onstage to perform with a troupe of dancers alongside the song.

"Love Never Felt So Good" was written by Paul Anka and originally recorded by Jackson in 1983. The song will feature on the singer's posthumous album "XSCAPE," which will be released on May 13 and features eight unreleased tracks worked on by producers including Timbaland.

It was previously reported that another song on "XSCAPE" tells the story of an abused 12-year-old who runs away from home and turns to prostitution. The lyrics reportedly include the lines: "She wrote that she is tired of stepdaddy using her/Saying that he'll buy her things, while sexually abusing her."

The tracklist for "XSCAPE" is as follows:

1. Love Never Felt So Good
2. Chicago
3. Loving You
4. A Place With No Name
5. Slave to the Rhythm
6. Do You Know Where Your Children Are
7. Blue Gangsta
8. Xscape

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