Justin Timberlake In The NEW Michael Jackson’s Song?

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We certainly didn’t expect this.

The prince of pop – Justin Timberlake, has announced something for his life-long role model, Michael Jackson.

The King of Pop still lives among us with his songs and dance moves. JT dropped huge news related to the rumored posthumous album.

Mr. Timberlake is part of this album!

For all those who were desperate to see JT singing alongside his idol, their dream will finally come true. In his new Instagram post, Timberlake placed a single from Michael Jackson’s album Xscape.

“Love Never Felt So Good” is the newest song we will hear from the late MJ featuring JT.

Check it out:

This song (currently available on iTunes) will come out on May 13, along with 7 other never-heard-before songs.

Epic Records stands behind this new album with Timbaland as main producer. People like Stargate, Rodney Jerkins, Jroc and John McClain worked on several songs.

The rumors about this new posthumous album never stopped circling around the Internet.

Finally, few days ago we saw the official track list. Justin Timberlake is featured in the opening song of this album.

You can’t wait for this album to be released, can you?

Here is the full track list of Xscape:

“Love Never Felt So Good”

“Chicago”

“Loving You”

“A Place With No Name”

“Do You Know Where Your Children Are”

“Blue Gangsta”

“Xscape”

The King of Pop still lives!

What’s your favorite song performed by Michael Jackson?

We are definitely looking forward to listen the new songs. Until May 13, we are leaving you in a good mood with our favorite song:

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