Eight years after Michael Jackson's death, Jermaine reflects on the Jackson family's life, legacy and media reports on FOX Business.
Jermaine Jackson also shares secrets of building a brand that has lasted five decades with FOX Business.
On June 15th, 2017, the Jermaine Jackson JACKSON SERIES "Jelephant" Tourbillon watch was launched and introduced, as part of the first collaboration between JHH Entertainment Ltd. and Memorigin. After extensive R&D spanning the globe, Memorigin is proud to present the Jelephant Tourbillon Watch designed by Jermaine Jackson. "Jelephant" is strong and durable, never forgets. It is timeless with amazing memories. This is the "Jelephant - Time that never forgets!" An icon under JHH Entertainment Ltd. The "Jelephant" logo engraved on the dial is a symbol of wisdom, power and long lasting, and these are the same elements of watchmaking. Its unique design is a testament to the painstaking attention to detail and dedicated craftmanship of Jermaine and design team. Through this trusted team, the tourbillon's polishing, assembly and quality control is overseen by master watchmakers and their teams to ensure the "perfection of art".
Austin Brown stopped by Request to talk about his new single "Smile" and plays it accoustically in studio! Plus, he tells us how his uncle Michael Jackson introduced him to The Eagles and Dr. Dre. Listen to the show on Apple Music. Austin also played "Smile" at the Revolt Sessions. Austin is currently performing his acoustic Guitar & Microphone shows in the US and is looking to book more shows both inside the US and outside.
Austin Brown's song "Smile" that he performed live over the past few years is now available to download as a single on iTunes, a track from Austin's forthcoming Acoustic Sessions EP. Go put a smile on your face and purchase the song now!
Janet Jackson is reportedly in talks with Netflix to do a fly-on-the-wall documentary series about her life after her divorce and her efforts as a new mother. Although Janet has been keeping a low profile since the split from Wissam Al Mana in April, a source told The Sun that she is ready to put herself out there: “Janet has been fiercely private about her life in the past but feels the need to keep her fans in the loop with what life has been like since she went into hiatus ten years ago. The show will run as a ten-part documentary and will feature recording sessions in the studio, co-parenting her child with Wissam and preparing for the European and Asian legs of her tour. Netflix [is] negotiating a big sum for the rights to the show as they expect it to perform well,” the source added.
Jermaine Jackson is in Cannes, southern France. On May 24th, he attended a press meeting for World Peace Night at Villa Oxygène. In the afternoon, Jermaine and his girlfriend Maday Velázquez walked the red carpet at the 70th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes for the screening of the film 'The Beguiled'. Both were wearing fashion custom made by German designer Marcell von Berlin couture available at Ivan Bitton Style House. In the evening, Jermaine and Maday returned to Villa Oxygène to attend World Peace Night, a charity event as part of Adventure of Humanity, where Jermaine also took the stage and performed. The Adventure of Humanity is a none profit project started by Michael Jackson and Nelson Mandela in 1999 and is organized today by Richard Nilsson. On May 26th, Jermaine Jackson is a special VIP guest at the businesstainment Villa & Friends Party in Cannes powered by Lambertz and hosted by Nana Domena of LifeStyler TV. For photos and videos of Jermaine's trip to Cannes, visit Facebook page @JermaineJackson5.
Through Twitter, Jackson Family members La Toya, Jermaine, Taj, TJ and Paris responded to the suicide attack after Ariana Grande's concert in Manchester on May 22nd, 2017.
Arrived in Cannes for World Peace Day May 24. My heart breaks hearing the news coming out of Manchester, UK. Thoughts with everyone affected.
They were kids. Just kids. Enjoying a night of live music. Their poor, poor parents. This is unspeakable evil.— Jermaine Jackson (@jermjackson5) May 23, 2017
Sending love and prayers to all those and their families affected by the tragedy at Manchester Arena tonight. So sad. ?? #lovealways— TJ Jackson (@tjjackson) May 23, 2017
So saddened and sickened by the news. My thoughts, prayers, love and light to everyone affected by the Manchester tragedy tonight.— Taj Jackson (@tajjackson3) May 23, 2017
My heart goes out to all the loved ones harmed and their families and friends during the bombing in manchester. sending light and love during these hard times. In a time where our world seems to be under endless turmoil and tragedy we gotta be there for each other & keeping spreading light and peace.— Paris-Michael K. J. (@ParisJackson) May 23, 2017
Tragedies like this ruin the purity of love expressed by the purpose hate will never truly prevail praying for the families and loved ones. My heart hurts for those killed going to a concert for a release of life and love. To the families and the world effected I'm so sorry.— Austin Brown (@AustinBrown) May 23, 2017
Broken-hearted, we pray for the British families of young, beautiful people music brought together last night.— The Jacksons (@Jacksons) May 23, 2017
Tito Jackson is on the road in the United States to promote his album "Tito Time" as well as his current single "One Way Street". Make sure to follow his official social media pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, where he is posting updates about his schedule and routing and doing Facebook live sessions! On Friday May 26th, fans get a chance to listen to the album "Tito Time" and meet the legend Tito Jackson during an album Launch & Listening Event in Memphis, TN. Tickets are available at Eventbrite.
Prince Jackson made a rare pubic appearance on Sunday at the Billboard Awards in Las Vegas on Sunday May 21st where he presented the night's top artist prize, that went to rapper Drake. As he took the stage at the T-Mobile Arena, Prince told the audience: 'I’m honored to be here on a show that meant so much to my father and made him the recipient of many awards.' Prince was dressed in white jeans with a dark gray t-shirt, black bomber jacket and black bovver boots. He also wore a pendant around his neck which, he revealed to E!, had once belonged to the King of Pop. 'I don’t take it off. It’s my lucky pendant at this point,' he explained. He went on to speak about how proud he is of his dad who passed away eight years ago next month. 'I’m proud of the success that my father created on his own. He worked and built himself up, Prince said. 'To see everybody here that is either inspired by him or they want to pursue the same goal, it’s inspiring to me and to future generations.'