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Cliff commissioned Jackson to write two more songs: "Brown Eyes" and "American Sweet." In 1984, Jackson capitalized on her rising popularity by licensing her name to a fashion line; "David Laurenz for La Toya." According to her three-year contract with the suede and leather-maker Jackson agreed to only wear David Laurenz items during her public appearances.
Apparel in the collection included Jackson's signature leather headbands.
Other singles from this album were "Bet'cha Gonna Need My Lovin'", "Hot Potato", and a cover of Prince's "Private Joy." Jackson and Amir Bayyan co-wrote "Reggae Nights" for Heart Don't Lie but the track did not make the cut.
Sharing an apartment, it was the first time either of them had lived elsewhere as adults.In 1987, Jack Gordon was hired to co-manage La Toya by her father, Joseph. Under Gordon's management, Jackson's public image became increasingly sexier.Katherine Jackson recalled her shock seeing La Toya dance in a suggestive manner in 1988 for the first time in her autobiography My Family, The Jacksons: "she'd been so conservative that she'd once dropped a friend who had begun wearing low-cut tops and skirts with slits in them." Katherine believed that Gordon was distancing La Toya from her family so he could "become the dominating influence in her life." In late 1988, Jackson released the album La Toya, which featured the singles "You're Gonna Get Rocked! The album also included a track titled "Just Say No", which was written for the Reagan administration's anti-drug campaign.Under Joe Jackson's tutelage Rebbie, La Toya and Janet formed a short-lived musical group.However, they never performed live and soon separated because of creative differences about the act's future direction.