The last single Michael Jackson released when he was alive was a new track that was added to his Number Ones greatest hits compilation in 2003.
The R. Kelly penned “One More Chance” didn’t fare too well in the United States, peaking at 83 on the Billboard charts. It’s really a shame too, as “One More Chance” was one of the finest singles Michael had released in 10 years.
A video for the single was shot in Las Vegas, but production on the clip was halted when Jackson’s Neverland Ranch was raided by authorities due to new allegations of child molestation against Jackson which resulted in the 2005 trial that many believe marked the beginning of the rapid downward spiral in Jackson’s life.
The video was scrapped and a generic video using archival footage was edited together.
TMZ.com posted a short 2 minute clip of the video. Watch it below!
On November 22nd, Sony will be releasing a DVD box set, Michael Jackson Vision, which will contain this video as well as every other Michael Jackson video, plus a bonus disc featuring videos by The Jacksons (yes, “Can You Feel It” is included), MJ’s duet with Paul McCartney (“Say Say Say”), and the video for “Why” by Tito Jackson’s sons, 3T, which featured Michael.