In the music industry, there is no family quite as influential as the Jacksons . The family has produced three generations of artists who have become household names across the world – among them The Jackson 5, Janet Jackson and the famed King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Bigi Jackson, who was born Prince Michael Jackson II and is also known as Blanket, made a rare appearance on Good Morning Britain on November 1. While he normally prefers to lead a private life, Bigi used the interview to talk about his father and climate change . 5 times Melania Trump proved she’s too rich to be first lady So what new things did we learn about Bigi from the interview? Bigi and his siblings are following in his father’s footsteps View this post on Instagram A post shared by Michael Jackson (@michaeljacksoonn) The interview with Bigi took place at the Jackson family’s Hayvenhurst Estate in Los Angeles, during his brother Michael Joseph “Prince” Jackson’s Thriller Night Halloween Party. The event raised funds for the Heal Los Angeles Foundation. EXCLUSIVE: Bigi Jackson speaks about his father, Michael Jackson's legacy for the first time. Bigi, formerly known as Blanket, is using his voice to call on world leaders to tackle the problem of climate change as COP26 begins. pic.twitter.com/920Zlk4usK — Good Morning Britain (@GMB) November 1, 2021 As Bigi gave viewers a tour of the estate, he talked about his father’s legacy living on through him and his siblings : “There’s a lot of history in this house and the studio here. That’s what he was all about. That’s what each of us wants to do … make things that people can enjoy and hopefully benefit their lives.” 5 things to know about Salma Hayek’s daughter, Valentina Paloma Pinault He is passionate about a variety of causes View this post on Instagram A post shared by — 𝐁𝐈𝐆𝐈 𝐉𝐀𝐂𝐊𝐒𝐎𝐍.🏀 (@bigi.jacksonofficial) When asked about the ongoing UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow, Bigi shared the importance of raising awareness about climate change. “I do think it’s important that we all know about it … and I think we have some work to do, but our generation knows how important it is,” he said. The interview was not Bigi’s first time talking about causes he stands for. In his family’s 2012 documentary Jacksonology: Our Story , a younger Bigi talked about extending help to places such as Africa and India by raising funds and through education. He was also passionate about saving endangered animals. He and his siblings remain close despite not seeing each other regularly The fundraising event was an opportunity for Bigi to spend time with his two older siblings, Prince Jackson and Paris Katherine Jackson. Prince also recently appeared on Good Morning Britain and talked about the relationship between them: “We’re kind of all on that same level where my sister has her strengths, and my brother has his strengths, and where I’m not as strong in certain areas, they complement me in that way.” Shiloh Jolie-Pitt’s red carpet makeover: from tomboy chic to Angelina’s mini-me While the siblings no longer live together (Bigi now lives in a multimillion-dollar mansion in Los Angeles suburb Calabasas), they manage to keep a close relationship and cherish any time spent together. “Sometimes life just happens to get in the way … But any moment that I get to spend with my siblings now, especially as we’re getting older and our own lives are starting to blossom and grow, every moment that I get with them, any little family dinner, any family outing, is really a special moment,” Prince said. Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .