"Love Never Felt So Good," from Michael Jackson's posthumous album, Xscape, has just received the music video treatment, and you can check it out above. The video handles the absence of Jackson well, by interspersing archival clips of Jackson's previous performances and music videos with a team of modern dancers attempting some of MJ's iconic dance moves. Justin Timberlake has a lot of fun in the video also, showing off some of his dance moves and belting out the tune with a group of people. It's a celebratory, nostalgic video, and you can tell what a great influence the King of Pop has had on entertainers like Timberlake and the rest of the featured dancers.
There are three different versions of "Love Never Felt So Good" on the album: The first is an updated solo version produced by co-executor of the Jackson estate, John McClain, the second is the original demo version Jackson worked on with Paul Anka, and the third is this duet with Justin Timberlake. All three feature Michael Jackson at his finest, combining his sweet, charming vocals over funky dance beats, but the duet proves that Justin Timberlake's vocals are great match for Jackson's as well.