In late August 2009, Rolling Stone noted that no plans had been made for the release of a full or official version of "A Place with No Name"; currently, only the 24-second snippet is known to exist. In addition to the leaked Jackson song, there is a "vast vault" of the singer's other unreleased material, and some material will be released in the future.
At the time of "A Place with No Name" being leaked, the curator of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Jim Henke, noted that any future Jackson releases would garner significant attention. "What we have seen happen in the last three weeks is that the albums that are out here right now are selling in amazing numbers. I think we are going to see amazing interest in any released Michael Jackson material that will come out in the future or a year from now on."
Dr. Freeze has claimed in a January 30, 2011 interview with MJFrance that "A Place with No Name" and "Blue Gangsta", another leaked song, were both slated to appear on Michael's next album of unreleased music.