2300 Jackson Street (song)

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"2300 Jackson Street"
Single by The Jacksons featuring Michael, Rebbie, Marlon, and Janet Jackson
from the album 2300 Jackson Street
B-side "When I Look at You"
Released March 16, 1989 (1989-03-16)
Format CD single, 12" maxi single
Recorded 1988
Genre R&B, pop
Length 5:06
Label Epic
Writer(s) Jermaine Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Randall Jackson, Gene Griffin
Producer(s) The Jacksons, Teddy Riley, Gene Griffin
The Jacksons chronology
"Nothin' (That Compares 2 U)"
(1989)
"2300 Jackson Street"
(1989)
"Art of Madness"
(1989)
Michael Jackson chronology
"Leave Me Alone"
(1989)
"2300 Jackson Street"
(1989)
"Liberian Girl"
(1989)
Janet Jackson chronology
"Funny How Time Flies (When You're Having Fun)"
(1987)
"2300 Jackson Street"
(1989)
"Miss You Much"
(1989)
Rebbie Jackson chronology
"R U Tuff Enuff"
(1988)
"2300 Jackson Street"
(1989)
"Yours Faithfully"
(1998)

"2300 Jackson Street" is a 1989 single released by The Jacksons from their album of the same name. The song features Michael and Marlon Jackson, who had previously left the group, although this is the only track that they are featured on the album. It also features two of the Jackson sisters Rebbie and Janet. "2300 Jackson Street" is about the Jackson family's childhood home in Gary, Indiana. The track was written and composed by The Jacksons as well as Teddy Riley among others. It peaked on the Billboard R&B singles chart at #9.

Music video[edit]

The video features most of the Jackson family members, including children of The Jacksons. La Toya is not featured in the music video nor the song, as she was estranged from the family at the time. Marlon, while he sang on the track, also didn't appear in the video. Some scenes include the Jackson family playing pool and Jermaine, Tito, Randy and Jackie playing football. It also shows some members of the Jackson family (apart from La Toya and Marlon) singing the song together. The video was shot in March 1989.

Featured in the video[edit]

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (1989) Peak
position
Billboard R&B Singles chart 9
UK Singles Chart 76
Dutch Singles Chart 39