Last August, cocktail fans concurrently jumped for fun and scratched their heads when a never-before-released Michael Jackson lane flush online that featured Justin Bieber. But shortly after, only as mysteriously as it came, it vanished.
That track, a up-tempo, dance-driven “Slave 2 The Rhythm,” is noticeably absent from a just-released XSCAPE, a collection of 8 never-before listened marks from a King of Pop. But there’s a current reason for that, and a album’s executive producer, LA Reid, is frequency statute out removing Justin and Michael together on a new — and official — track. After all, a Epic Records CEO has played an constituent purpose in a immature cocktail star’s career, and Reid certified that “Justin is my guy… we feel like we should strengthen him.”
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“‘Slave 2 a Rhythm’ didn’t embody [Bieber] per my direction. That was something finished detached and detached from me, and it was leaked. If it hadn’t been leaked it would have been featured, though it arrange of took a wrong turn,” Reid told “Access Hollywood” progressing this week. “But we’re going to revisit that. We’re gonna revisit that and do something special with Justin Bieber and Michael.”
Whatever they do come adult with, Reid pronounced he’ll safeguard that a partnership lives adult to Jackson’s standards — even if it isn’t a subsequent “Thriller.”
“Michael has some of a biggest albums…. it’s very, unequivocally tough to tip that. Michael always lived in his mind of commanding it,” he pronounced of a 8 marks that seem on XSCAPE. “But in a routine of perplexing to contest and tip thriller he done some unequivocally good songs, maybe they didn’t live adult to ‘Billie Jean’ and ‘Beat It’ and ‘The Girl Is Mine,’ though they were still great.”