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(PIX11) — Finally, fans can see more of the King of Pop.

“A Place With No Name” was released on Michael Jackson’s official Twitter account — which has more than 6.4 million followers — Wednesday night.

The 4:13 desert-set music video focuses on a couple and stars Jackson’s famous dance moves.

It features never-before-seen footage of the legendary artist, Twitter’s head of music Bob Moczydlowsky said. In the past year, Jackson has been mentioned more than 6.4 million times on Twitter, Moczydlowsky said.

The single is part of Jackson’s posthumous album “XSCAPE” released in May of this year.

A father of three, Jackson was 50 years old when he died in 2009 from cardiac arrest related to his taking propofol, a powerful surgical anesthetic he used to sleep.

His doctor, Conrad Murray, was ultimately convicted of negligently administered the drug leading to Jackson’s death. Murray was released from jail last year after serving two years of a four-year sentence.