Michael Jackson recorded many songs before his untimely death last month and one of those tracks is an unreleased song called "A Place with No Name."
The track is a re-envisioning of the hit single "A Horse with No Name" by the folk rock band America. As he did with most of his songs Michael sings both lead and background vocals. The celebrity news website TMZ reports the band was honored that Michael Jackson wanted to re-record their song.
Ironically "A Horse with No Name" was banned by some U.S. radio stations when it was first released back in the 70s' because of supposed drug references. You can listen to a sample of Michael Jackson's unreleased song 'A Place with No Name' below.
Michael Jackson – A Place with No Name