Freddie Jackson

Freddie Jackson is a Grammy-nominated, American Music Award-winning R&B vocalist who dominated the urban music scene with 30 charted singles—11 them reaching number one—and the distinction of being ranked among the top 20 best-selling black music artists of the late '80's and '90's. His era defining mega-hits, “Rock Me Tonight (For Old Times’ Sake), “Tasty Love”, “Nice N Slow”, “Love Me Down”, and “That’s All I’ll Ever Ask”, recorded with then label mate Najee, are still played daily on commercial and satellite radio.

His hits include "Do Me Again," "Have You Ever Loved Somebody," "Hey Lover," "Jam Tonight," "Love Me Down," "Nice 'N' Slow," "Rock Me Tonight," "You Are My Lady," "I Could Use a Little Love (Right Now),: "I Don't Want to Lose Your Love," "Main Course," "All Over You,” "You and I Got a Thang," "He'll Never Love You (Like I Do)," "Love Is Just a Touch Away," "Crazy (For Me)," "Make Love Easy," "Rub up Against You," "Me and Mrs. Jones"