Michael Jackson’s “A Place With No Name” Video Makes Its History-Making Debut On Twitter
Michael Jackson made history again last night (August 13) when his “A Place With No Name” video became the first to premiere on Twitter. Directed by Samuel Bayer, the choreography-heavy visual for Xscape‘s official second single is comprised of behind-the-scenes/unused footage from 1992’s “In The Closet”, archival clips of MJ and new dance scenes staged in the desert.
The finished result is a pleasant burst of nostalgia but if you’re looking for more than a lovingly-curated walk down memory lane, “A Place With No Name” falls short. The black-and-white scenes at the beginning of the video blend nicely with the unearthed footage but the second half is a little sloppy. If only Michael were still here to exert quality control. Find a link to the history-making opus after the jump.
— Michael Jackson (@michaeljackson) August 14, 2014
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