Next month, it will already be five years since Michael Jackson left us. With his first posthumous album released in 2010, it feels like now is a more appropriate time to be revisiting the King of Pop's collection.

'Chicago' is another hit of funk from his second posthumous album Xscape. The song was originally titled 'She Was Lovin' Me' but didn't quite make the cut for his 2001 album, Invincible. Produced by Timbaland, this track is as relevant as ever with a classic level of groove that will please MJ devotees and more contemporary fans alike.

According to the album liner notes, "Jackson sings in his lower register in the verses over an ominous beat, slowly painting a story of an illicit affair, before unleashing a torrent of pain and regret in the chorus."

This track has been carefully 'contemporized' and manages to remain true; those intense vocals still make way for yet another awakening chorus. MJ might not be around anymore, but it's nice to know his genius is still on the radar (not that it ever really left us). Listen to 'Chicago' below, and 'XSCAPE' here.