Sir Paul McCartney has unveiled a brand new video for his hit single ‘Say, Say, Say’, an old collaboration he recorded with Michael Jackson, as part of reissue campaign for his back catalogue of albums.

The former Beatle’s 1983 single teamed him up with the biggest pop star in the world at the time, and provided both of them with a worldwide hit. Originally promoted with a western-themed music video, McCartney commissioned Ryan Heffington, who worked on Sia’s ‘Chandelier’ video, to update the track for 2015.

Michael JacksonMichael Jackson is revived on a brand new remix of his duet with Paul McCartney, 'Say, Say, Say'

The new video, also shot in black and white, certainly keeps the spirit of Michael Jackson alive with some impeccable choreography. The track has also been remastered courtesy of Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, which features Jackson and McCartney’s vocals swapped around from the original track and with a generally more dancefloor-friendly feel.

Two years ago, Billboard listed ‘Say, Say, Say’ as the 40th biggest hit single in U.S. history. It has received the remix treatment as part of the reissue of its parent album Pipes of Peace and its 1982 predecessor Tug of War, both featuring a bonanza of unreleased tracks and behind-the-scenes studio footage for die-hard McCartney fans.

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Speaking about his time working with the King of Pop all those years ago, McCartney recently recalled: “He [Michael] rang me up, and I didn’t believe it was him, so I said 'Who’s this?' He said ‘Michael’. ‘Are you sure… Michael who?!’. Anyway, we had a joke about that kind of thing, and he said, ‘Yeah, I’d like to come over and write with you’, so I said great.”

“So he came over to England and we just sat down. I thought, well, it’s not easy to just sit down with anyone you don’t know and just write, start songwriting because you’ve got to get the chemistry right. But I thought, it is Michael - you know, I'll just try! If it doesn’t work, we'll just throw it away.”

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