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Michael Jackson's video for 'A Place With No Name' surfaces online - watch

Clip features snippets of the late singer dancing in the desert from 1992 mini-movie 'In The Closet'

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The video for Michael Jackson's latest posthumous single 'A Place With No Name' has appeared online.

The clip is helmed by director Samuel Bayer, who has previously worked with Nirvana and The Rolling Stones, and it was posted on Jackson's official Twitter page. Watch it below:



The video incorporates outtakes and behind-the-scenes footage that Jackson originally shot for the 1992 'In The Closet' mini-movie.

The track itself, which features on Jackson's recent 'Xscape' album, is a rework of America's 1972 hit 'A Horse With No Name'. To complete the song, the Jackson Estate and producer LA Reid turned to Norwegian production duo StarGate who previously produced Rihanna's single 'S&M' and Katy Perry's 'Firework'.

Earlier this week, Jackson was described as "the dirtiest, most unsanitary person in Hollywood" by a former maid at his Neverland mansion.

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