The former Jackson Five member joins a group of youngsters and breaks into a disco dance for a brand new clip for 'Blame It on the Boogie'.
Jermaine Jackson has recently filmed a brand new music video for single "Blame It on the Boogie". In a sneak peek provided in a form of on-set footage, the brother of late King of Pop Michael Jackson is seen channeling his inner young self.
The former member of Jackson Five wears black shades, denims, a red shirt and an unbuttoned black tuxedo when shooting the video in Venice, CA. He breaks into a routine with a number of young male and female dancers.
"Blame It on the Boogie" is a classic single recorded by the Jackson 5 for their album "Destiny". When the single was released in 1978, Jermaine actually was no longer in the group. He was replaced by his brother Randy Jackson back then. Its vintage music video features the members dancing on a black background with electronic trail effects.