“Who’s Lovin’ You,” a song penned by Smokey Robinson in 1960, has been covered by a who’s who of recording artists, including The Miracles, The Supremes, The Temptations and more. But perhaps the most well-known version is by The Jackson 5 in 1969. With Michael Jackson singing lead, the song shot to No. 1 on both the pop and R&B charts and became a staple of The Jackson 5’s live performances.
Earlier this month, Jessie James Decker added her name to the list of artists who have covered “Who’s Lovin’ You” by channeling her inner Michael Jackson at Nashville’s Blackbird Studio—and Nash Country Daily has the exclusive video premiere below.
“I grew up listening to The Jackson 5,” says Jessie James to Nash Country Daily. “Michael’s voice was so soulful and it inspired me so much. Performing this song makes me feel like I’m a kid again.”
Watch JJD’s soulful performance below.