By Annie Reuter
The feel-good song’s new video, directed by Rich Lee and Timberlake, takes the crew to the dance floor. As each competes for the best MJ moves, Jackson is shown on a video screen in the background with his classic choreography being mimicked by the dancers in the new video.
Footage from MJ’s glory days blend with a dance crew performing in the subway, on the street and in front of the movie theater complete with tons of hip gyrating and that famous full-circle spin. Meanwhile, Timberlake tries his own best MJ moves.
How does he compare? Watch below to find out.
Jackson’s XSCAPE dropped late last week, the culmination of a week during which fans were given a taste of the posthumous album with the release of five tracks including “Slave To The Rhythm,” “A Place With No Name” — the King of Pop’s re-imagining of the 1972 classic, “A Horse With No Name” by America — “Loving You,” the Timbaland-produced track “Chicago” and two versions of the track “Love Never Felt So Good,” one which featured Timberlake.