Twitter Drops Michael Jackson’s ‘A Place With No Name’ Music Video


The late Michael Jackson continues to make history from beyond the grave with the release of his “A Place With No Name” visual on his Twitter account, marking the first-ever music video premiere by the social media giant.

The opening scene of the black and white clip — shot under the direction of Samuel Bayer — simultaneously takes place at the desert and the beach with two dancers. Halfway through the wistful video, colors are incorporated with unseen footage from Michael’s 1992 “In the Closet” video.

“A Place With No Name” is a cut off the legend’s posthumous Xscape album. The tracks for the record were acquired from the Jackson estate by Epic Records chairman and C.E.O., L.A. Reid, who tapped heavyweight producers including Timbaland and Stargate to modernize each song.

Fans can download Xscape on iTunes by clicking here.