Rebbie Jackson: 5 Songs from Rebbie that we absolutely love

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Rebbie Jackson is a singer Born and raised in Gary, Indiana.  she is the eldest child of the Jackson family of musicians. Jackson began her singing career in 1974, performing with her siblings in Las Vegas.


The Vegas shows. She first performed on stage with her siblings during shows in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino in 1974, before subsequently appearing in the television series The Jacksons. At age 34, Jackson released her debut album Centipede (1984). The album featured songs written by Smokey Robinson, Prince, and Jackson’s younger brother Michael, whose contribution (the title track “Centipede”) became Rebbie’s most successful single release. By the end of the 1980s, the singer had released two more albums in quick succession: Reaction (1986) and R U Tuff Enuff (1988).



Following a 10-year hiatus in her musical career, Jackson returned with the 1998 album Yours Faithfully. The production of the album, her last to date, was a collaboration with artists and producers such as Men of Vizion’s Spanky Williams, Keith Thomas, and Eliot Kennedy. It also featured contributions from her children. In 2011, Rebbie embarked on the “Pick Up the Phone Tour,” which is dedicated to teens who have committed suicide.



Rebbie Jackson – Centipede







Rebbie Jackson – Read Between The Lines






Rebbie Jackson Plaything1988





Rebbie Jackson – R U Tuff Enuff



Rebbie Jackson *♥* You Send The Rain Away



21 thoughts on “Rebbie Jackson: 5 Songs from Rebbie that we absolutely love

  1. She can sing better than all the other jackson siister’s how come her little sister janet blow up without her? maybe its because janet can dance


  2. Look at how pretty and fresh rebbie looks with her natural hair in the second pic, and the first video she is also sporting her natural hair, but she obviously rub something in it to get it all curly like that.


  3. beautiful ballets such as this one that filled the room with love… sometimes sadness, never the less it filled in your heart and soul with great emotion


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