Jackson 5's Jackie Jackson Releases First Song Since 1989
The single is Jackson's first solo release since the 1989 release of his album, Be The One. Jackson co-wrote and produced the track with British Grammy-nominated songwriter and producer, Steve DuBerry.
The dance tune features Jackson's soulful voice over up-tempo beats with lyrics encouraging unity and the end of hatred. Furthering this notion, the song features an excerpt from a speech Jackson's late brother, Michael, gave in 2002, in which he says:
"Together we can change the world, / Together we can help to stop racism. / Together we can help to stop prejudice. / We can help the world live without fear."
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