The song is the second single off the deceased singer's latest album, “Xscape”
Michael Jackson has been dead for over five years, but that's not stopping him from selling millions of albums or even starring in new music videos.
The King of Pop dances his way through the official music video (above) for “A Place with No Name,” which premiered Wednesday night on Twitter.
“It's time! The first ever premiere of ‘A Place with No Name’ right now on Twitter,” read a tweet from the account for singer who died in 2009.
The single is a re-worked version of America's 1972 hit “Horse with No Name,” and is the latest to be released from Jackson's posthumous album “Xscape,” which debuted in May at no. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart.
The black-and-white video was directed by Samuel Bayer, the filmmaker behind 2010 horror remake “A Nightmare on Elm Streets” and Nirvana's “Smells Like Teen Spirit” music video. Jackson's appearance is mined from outtakes of his 1992 single “In The Closet.”