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About Jermaine Jackson

While the other Jackson's left Motown in the 1970s for greener pastures at Epic, Jermaine stayed on and managed to eke out a few soul/pop hits, including the Stevie Wonder-penned "Let's Get Serious." Eventually Jackson moved to the Arista label and scored a few more hits in the early '80s before rejoining his siblings to record Victory, which to date, is the last album to feature all members of the original Jackson 5.

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While the other Jackson's left Motown in the 1970s for greener pastures at Epic, Jermaine stayed on and managed to eke out a few soul/pop hits, including the Stevie Wonder-penned "Let's Get Serious." Eventually Jackson moved to the Arista label and scored a few more hits in the early '80s before rejoining his siblings to record Victory, which to date, is the last album to feature all members of the original Jackson 5.

About Jermaine Jackson

While the other Jackson's left Motown in the 1970s for greener pastures at Epic, Jermaine stayed on and managed to eke out a few soul/pop hits, including the Stevie Wonder-penned "Let's Get Serious." Eventually Jackson moved to the Arista label and scored a few more hits in the early '80s before rejoining his siblings to record Victory, which to date, is the last album to feature all members of the original Jackson 5.

About Jermaine Jackson

While the other Jackson's left Motown in the 1970s for greener pastures at Epic, Jermaine stayed on and managed to eke out a few soul/pop hits, including the Stevie Wonder-penned "Let's Get Serious." Eventually Jackson moved to the Arista label and scored a few more hits in the early '80s before rejoining his siblings to record Victory, which to date, is the last album to feature all members of the original Jackson 5.