A new music video has surfaced for the song A Place With No Name from the late King of Pop Michael Jackson.
The video was released from the deceased singer's Twitter account on August 13. The video is Twitter exclusive. Jackson's song A Place With No Name has the singer detailing a story about a drive across the highway and meeting a woman. The lyrics and feel for the song are in tribute and a remake of A Horse With No Name from the band America. The video features the details of the story, with dance moves helping to bring the song's beats alive. The color scheme of the video switches constantly, going from all black-and-white to full color to hazes of others with creativity.
Billboard reported that Samuel Bayer was the man directing the music video. He is most notable for his Smells Like Teen Spirit music video for Nirvana. Bayer also did the video for Justin Timberlake's What Goes Around Comes Around.
A Place With No Name is from Michael Jackson's latest album, Xscape, which was released on May 13. It is the second music video to be released, with one already being released for the song Love Never Felt So Good in May. When Xscape debuted it was number 1 in the U.K., according to the Billboard charts. The album was produced mainly by Timbaland and featured eight brand new tracks from Jackson.