The track– a sweet bass-heavy song about unrequited love–was recorded during the 1987 Bad sessions at Red Wing Studio in the San Fernando Valley and later completed the song at Hayvenhurst.
It’s the second song to officially be released from MJ’s posthumous album, following last week’s reveal of “Love Never Felt So Good.”
For an entire globe full of fans, the wait is over. Michael Jackson’s new single, “Love Never Felt So Good” has hit the internet.
With a little help from Rodney Jerkins, Michael Jackson is back with a brand new song that has him recalling his Dangerous days.
“Michael left behind some musical performances that we take great pride in presenting through the vision of music producers that he either worked directly with or expressed strong desire to work with. We are extremely proud and honored to present this music to the world.”
Timbaland is putting his own personal touch on MJ’s previously unreleased track “Slave to the Rhythm,” with dance-heavy beats that wouldn’t sound out of a place on a Justin Timberlake track.
“They have been subjected to ridicule and I am delighted their suffering has been taken seriously by the law,” the fans’ lawyer said.
Bastille surprised fans with a mash-up of Michael Jackson’s emotional ‘Earth Song’ with Pulp’s anthem for the ordinary, “Common People,” complete with a four-woman backing vocal section.
“I think it’s really serious,” Grande told Mix 104.1 in Boston. “I’ve seen tweets of people like making fun of the mugshot and all this stuff, and it’s so ignorant.”
The decision came after five months of testimony and three days of deliberations, when the jury was asked to decide if AEG was at culpable for Jackson’s death from an overdose of the hospital anesthetic Propofol in 2009.