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by melody l. goh
The track – Love Never Felt So Good – was also performed live at the event by R&B star Usher.
The first ever iHeartRadio Music Awards was held last night in Los Angeles; Rihanna and a few other singers won a bunch of awards.
However, what people the world over were more interested in had nothing to do with the awards or winners – everyone was just patiently waiting for the world premiere of Michael Jackson’s new song, Love Never Felt So Good.
The late King Of Pop came alive at the awards as soon as big-time producer and CEO of Epic Records L.A. Reid introduced the song and it started playing, accompanied by some fancy dancing on stage and video images of Jackson.
Halfway through the song, R&B singer Usher appeared and finished off the rest of the track.
Michael Jackson - (Usher) Love Never Felt So... by IdolxMuzic
Love Never Felt So Good was recorded by Jackson in 1983 but never released in any of his albums. It was written by the singer and legendary artiste Paul Anka. The updated version was produced by John McClain and will now be featured in XSCAPE, Jackson’s upcoming album set for a May 13 release in the US.
The new track is now available on iTunes. Hopefully, the song will be heard on Malaysian radios soon enough.
Meanwhile, Usher will also release a new single entitled Good Kisser on May 5.
To listen to a clearer audio of Love Never Felt So Good, click here.
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