Justin Bieber And Michael Jackson's 'Slave To The Rhythm' Hailed As "Epic" By Fans - Audio

17 August 2013, 10:56

Fans have been calling the surprise song "perfect" and "amazing" after its first play on Capital FM.

Justin Bieber and Michael Jackson's surprise collaboration 'Slave To The Rhythm' has been hailed as "epic" and the "best collaboration ever" by fans on Twitter.

Yesterday (16th August) saw the first play of Justin's team-up with the late pop star on Capital FM, after contributing guest vocals to the song which was recorded before the King Of Pop's death back in 2009.

Fans on Twitter have been praising 'Slave To the Rhythm' as "amazing" and "perfect" after enjoying the first play on Capital FM after the track's surprise emergence.

"It's amazing to hear this new track with 2 of the world's greatest artists, it's a true work of art! #NewBieberOnCapital," Twitter user @thebiebergomez posted after the first play, while @boyliebers1994 wrote: "So proud that my boy has finally (worked) with MJ. #BestCollaborationEver.

View a snap of Justin Bieber back in the recording studio recently below (Credit: Instagram):

"Slave2 The Rhythm might possibly be the best song of my generation," @BieberDynamic posted, while @Jethraw wrote: "@CapitalOfficial @NewBieberOnCapital - What an epic collaboration, that's going straight to Number 1! Love it!"

'Beauty And A Beat' singer Justin Bieber is currently enjoying a short break from his 'Believe' world tour, which is set to resume with a show in Marina Bay, Singapore on 23rd September.

Listen to Justin Bieber and Michael Jackson's 'Slave To The Rhythm' below:

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