The song is the fourth single from his 1991 album Dangerous, where it is the opening track.
It also appears as the second track on his 2009 This Is It compilation album.
Unfortunately we’ve become a society obsessed with how good shoes look, rather than how healthy they are for us.
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Alan Light praised the song: "Jam," the album's opener, addresses Jackson's uneasy relationship to the world and reveals a canny self-awareness that carries the strongest message on Dangerous.
"Jam" features a dense, swirling Riley track, propelled by horn samples and a subtle scratch effect, and includes a fleet rap by Riley favorite Heavy D.