In the years since Michael Jackson passed away in 2009, his eldest son, Prince Michael Jackson, has mostly kept a low profile.
These days, Prince is trying his hand at acting and stepping behind the camera to direct music videos for up-and-coming artists, but it's his work with an important organization inspired by his father's generous spirit that got him to sit down with Robin Roberts on GMA this morning.
Prince has started an organization called Heal LA, it's name inspired by his father's song "Heal the World."
He describes the group's endeavors in the clip below:
"We have partnered with a charity called 'A Sense of Home,' which supports foster kids who have aged out of the system in a sort of preempt against homelessness because it's very hard to get on your feet once you've gotten out of the system," Jackson says.
Though his main reason for giving the interview was to promote Heal LA, but also took time to offer some insights into his feelings toward his iconic father.
Asked for his favorite video from the King of Pop, Prince answered:
"Personally I love 'Moonwalker,' and I know it's kind of an easy way out -- it's so many different videos into one -- but if I had to pick one specific, I would choose 'Smooth Criminal,"
Asked how his father would feel about his kids' career choices, Prince answered:
"As we were growing up my dad always said, 'I really don't care what you do in life, as long as you're happy doing it and you're the best at what you do. If you want to be a janitor at a high school, you should be the best janitor that you can be.'"
Watch the full interview below: