On June 25th, it will be the fifth anniversary since the passing of the music phenomenon Michael Jackson. Although his life was riddled with hardship and controversy, all of his efforts paid of in his record-breaking albums and overall musical legacy. The late King of Pop has now been making news with a new posthumous compilation album following Michael of 2010. His new album titled Xscape features more previously unreleased music that never saw the light of day and will see a May 13th release date. The lead single “Love Never Felt So Good” has been charting very well since it’s initial debut with both an original version and a duet version with Justin Timberlake.
Meanwhile, Fedde Le Grand has put his dance-music touch on what he considers to be “one of the biggest and most honorable projects I was ever asked to work on.” Earlier today on BBC Radio 1’s Dance Anthems with Danny Howard, this remix got a proper premier for the whole music community to celebrate over. With seismic groove and tenacious synth-work, the Fedde remix to “Love Never Felt So Good” is an astonishing piece of progressive house with anthemic effect. Prepare for a release on May 19th and let us know what you think of “Love Never Felt So Good (Fedde Le Grand Remix)” in the comments.
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