Justin Timberlake's new duet with Michael Jackson has been released! "Love Never Felt So Good," the lead single off the king of pop's posthumous album, Xscape, out on May 13, hit the Internet early Friday. A throwback to Jackson's '70s hits, the jam kicks off with Timberlake's unmistakable voice instructing us to "dance" before Jackson coos in the opening verse. The melody and lyrics might sound familiar, since Johnny Mathis released it in 1983 after Jackson wrote it with Paul Anka. The duet and the rest of the album's tracks were produced using demos MJ recorded in the years before his death on June 25, 2009.

Justin took to Instagram on Thursday to tease the release, sharing the single's cover art. Later in the day, Usher helped Jackson and Timberlake steal the spotlight at the inaugural iHeartRadio Music Awards in LA. In a performance no one saw coming, Usher danced to a snippet of the duo's new song. Watch the video below to see Usher's dance-heavy moment in the spotlight.

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