Jermaine Jackson collaborated with many artists over all the years. The duets songs not released on a Jermaine Jackson album or single include: 

  • Let's Go To Mumbai City, duet with Adnan Sami, 2010 (music video)
  • My First, My Last, My Everything, duet with Sofia Marikh, 2009 (music video)
  • The Time Of My Life, duet with Jocelyn Brown, Over The Rainbow, 2008
  • I'm Feeling Good Right Now, duet with Lydia, 1996
  • Save Tomorrow, duet with Theresa Rhodes, 1995
  • Shock Me, duet with Whitney Houston, soundtrack Perfect, 1987 (also released a B-side of Whitney Houston single "Didn't We Almost Have It All")
  • Confesiones, duet with Melissa, , Melissa III, 1986 (promo 12" vinyl single released in Venezuela, watch music video)
  • Nobody Loves Me Like You Do, duet with Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston, 1985
  • We've Got Tonight, duet with Rita Coolidge, Rita Coolidge Never Let You Go, 1983
  • Once Love Touches Your Life, duet with Syreeta Wright, Syreeta The Spell, 1983
  • You Never Rock Alone, duet with Tata Vega, Pops We Love You The Album, 1979

Pia Zadora

"When the Rain Begins to Fall" is a 1984 song written and composed by Peggy March, Michael Bradley, and Steve Wittmack, recorded by Jermaine and Pia Zadora, and released as a single at the end of 1984. The song was performed in the movie Voyage of the Rock Aliens in which Zadora played a lead role. Jermaine and Pia promoted the duet in Europe performing on numerous TV shows and making it a smash hit single. 

Whitney Houston

At Arista Records, Clive Davis introduced Jermaine to the label's new singing sensation Whitney Houston. Jermaine was at the start of the career of one of the biggest female singers ever. He produced three tracks ("Someone For Me", "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" and "Take Good Care Of My Heart") for Whitney Houston's 1985 debut album Whitney Houston and recorded the duets "Nobody Loves Me Like You Do" and "take Good Care Of My Heart" with Whitney. Jermaine and Whitney also recorded the duets "If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful", "Shock Me" and the track "Don't Look Any Further", intended for Jermaine's Dynamite album, that has not been released.

Theresa Rhodes

Jermaine first heard Theresa Rhodes sing "Save Tomorrow" in 1993. He liked the song and its message and offered to sing it with her. The duet was first performed in public at a charity concert in England where Theresa appeared as Jermaine's guest artist. The song was recorded in Geneva, at Dinemec Studio, in December 1994. It was produced by Matt Clifford who had previously worked with Mick Jagger and toured with the Rolling Stones in 1992. The single was released in Europe in 1995. Jermaine and Theresa toured Germany to promote the single. They appeared on 13 television shows and were interviewed on 12 radio stations. The song climbed to number 8 on the Radio Berlin Charts. A video was made in the 90’s showing Jermaine and Theresa working together in the recording studio and it was assembled with Red Cross images of the war in Sarajevo as well as footage showing the Rwanda exodus following the genocide in that country. The video was deemed “too sad” to go public so little use was made of it during the promotion tour in Germany that followed and it was finally shelved. In 2015 The YouTube channel of Theresa Rhodes finally published the "lost" music video

Adnan Sami

Just after his brother Michael;s passing, Jermaine collaborated with born in London, Pakistani singer and musician Adnan Sami to record a track and shoot a music video. In October of 2009, Jermaine made a trip to Mumbai to shoot the music video for "Let's Go To Mumbai City" with Adnan Sami. The video shows Mumbai's important landmarks namely Gateway of India, CST, Haji Ali and promotes the city in a positive way .

Sofia Marikh

Jermaine recorded a duet "My First, My Last, My Everythng" with singer and model Sofia Marikh dedicated to Barry White. The studio version of the track is not officially released but featured in a video that shows Jermaine and Sofia recording the song in the studio.

Sonu Nigam

Sonu Nigam wrote the song "This Is It" in remembrance of Michael Jackson and recorded the track with Jermaine and released it on iTunes. In 2011, on the second death anniversary of Michael Jackson, the duo performed "This Is It" at the 12th annual Indian Film Festival at Rogers Centre in Toronto to pay a special tribute to the King of Pop. Jermaine also spoke beside Sonu Nigam during The International Indian Film Academy (IIFA) Awards opening news conference in Toronto June 23, 2011.