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Let’s Show Tito Jackson Some Love – Check Out His New Video

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Tito Jackson’s new record Under Your Spell is out now—watch the music video below featuring Tito’s mother, Katherine Jackson in the lead single, “Love One Another” which features vocals from brother Marlon Jackson and harmonica by Stevie Wonder to the classic styling of B.B. King’s “Rock Me Baby” (featuring George Benson and King’s daughter Claudette.  Other guests include Joe Bonamassa, Bobby Rush, Eddie Levert, Kenny Neal, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Bobby Rush, Kim Fields, Magic Johnson, UB40, and Smokey Robinson. 

But wait, there’s more.

Brian McKnight, Chris Tucker, Deborah Cox, Dee Dee Jackson, Deniece Williams, DJ Cassidy, Jackie Jackson, Janet Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Kathy Sledge, Kim Fields, La Toya Jackson, Merrill Osmond, Morris Day, and the list goes on.  This album was truly a “family affair” with friends.  Even legendary songwriters Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff came out of retirement to contribute on the album.

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