While the general consensus goes that the work of the King Of Pop is best left untouched, Australian producer Late Nite Tuff Guy clearly has other ideas. Much unlike the vast majority of reworks for Michael Jackson, Late Nite Tuff Guy plunges a bit deeper into the Michael Jackson discography to take on rework duties for Jackson’s 1979 song ‘It’s The Falling In Love’ alongside Patti Austin. Teeming with deep grooves, the Aussie producer drives a smooth yet funky array of analogue leads alongside the tracks intimate beat work to pen a rework rife with feel-good vibes, creating a track that would make the King Of Pop himself proud in the process.

12 Comments to “Preview: Michael Jackson – It’s The Falling In Love (LNTG Rework)”

  • Daft Punk vibeee! Ohh yeahh!

  • fuck that’s good!

  • jesus…this is amazing

  • Please dont compare this mediocre track to Daft Punk. Thank you.

  • Relax, I was merely stating that it reminds me of Daft Punk, I was not comparing it.

  • Yes you are right, it has that kind of ”vibe”. Sorry didnt mean to sound angry.

  • John, you are a cock. This track has 10x as much vibe as 80% of Daft Punk’s tracks.

  • Is it just me or does the music player suck? I can’t click on the part I wan’t to listen to without it replaying the song. Fix it, beatmyday! Good track nevertheless.

  • Michael: Not our fault.. That’s Soundcloud’s ”brilliant” new player..

  • I’m sorry, did not know that!
    Thanks.

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