It's been nearly five years since Michael Jackson passed away, but his music most definitely lives on.

In fact, a "new" song from the King of Pop, "Love Never Felt So Good," debuted Thursday—31 years after it was recorded! Usher had the honor of performing the previously unreleased track at the iHeart Radio Awards in L.A.'s Shrine Auditorium Thursday, paying homage to the late star through costume, vocals and yes, even moonwalking.

This isn't the only "new" music from Michael, though: XSCAPE, an album featuring his previously unreleased songs, will be available May 13. Per the Hollywood Reporter, Justin Timberlake and Mary J. Blige are two of the featured artists on the record.

Justin Instagrammed a snippet from his "DUET VERSION of 'Love Never Felt So Good'" Thursday, urging fans to head to iTunes to purchase the track. He also posted a still of the #MJandJT track hours before, causing some to wonder if he would be performing the track at the iHeartRadio Music Awards that night. That didn't turn out to be the case, but Usher did a fine job honoring Michael solo.

Are you excited for more previously unheard music from MJ? Sound off in the comments.

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