Justin Bieber - "Slave To The Rythm" - Michael Jackson's Final Song, Featuring.. Justin Bieber?

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Michael Jackson ft. Justin Bieber must be the least likely musical pairing in the history of forever, therefore the law of the music industry dictates that it must exist. Lo and behold, it does, in the form of the track Slave to The Rhythm. In true Bieber fashion, the teenage popstar took to Twitter to tease the record, saying: Michael Jackson ft. Justin Bieber must be the least likely musical pairing in the history of forever, therefore the law of the music industry dictates that it must exist. Lo and behold, it does, in the form of the track Slave to The Rhythm. In true Bieber fashion, the teenage popstar took to Twitter to tease the record, saying:

He followed the tweet with a series of equally cryptic messages, dropping vague hints about what’s to come and giving multiple nods to the king of pop. Hearing the song, we have to wonder, how much of the current version was in the original recording and how much was added in later, along with Justin’s vocals.

The track received its very first play on Capital FM later on Friday. Slave to the Rhythm was reportedly recorded just before Michael Jackson’s death in 2009, with Bieber’s vocals having been added recently. You can give the tune a listen below. It is honestly quite catchy, though very different from anything either singer has done before. It even features hints of dubstep, presumably added in during the later remastering of the track.

According to Capital FM, Bieber is in fact such a Jackson fan, that he is even thinking of purchasing the late singer’s infamous Neverland estate. Of course, that rumor is to be taken with plenty of salt, considering the number of celebrities who have been previously linked to Neverland, including Jay Z and Beyonce.

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