Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 1, 2009
La Toya Jackson debuts her much-anticipated music video "Home" on iTunes today with all the proceeds going to her brother Michael's favorite charity, AIDS Project LA (APLA). "Home" is the first video La Toya has done in 20 years and it will debut on Access Hollywood tonight.
"Home," a song sung by La Toya that she co-wrote and co-produced with Jeffré Phillips, was written with affection about her childhood memories and is based on the premise that no matter where you are or what you are going through in your life, you can always go "Home." The label had been planning on releasing another single from the album on this date, but with the passing of Michael the label approached La Toya and Ja-Tail Records about releasing "Home" instead. La Toya decided if the song was to be released it would be with all of the proceeds going to one of Michael's philanthropic causes. The single was released on iTunes last month to critical acclaim and hundreds of thousands of downloads, and all of the proceeds continue to go to APLA.
Michael personally supported and donated to APLA, and it was a charity that he strongly believed in. Therefore, in the spirit of carrying on Michael's legacy through La Toya, JaTail Records/Bungalo/Universal partnered with APLA by offering all of the download's proceeds to act as donations.
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