Somebody's Watching Me
Featured in Episode
Top Chart Position (Hot 100)
2 (March 24, 1984, three weeks)
Year Released
Somebody's Watching Me
Kennedy Gordy, Curtis Anthony Nolen
RIAA Certification
Sequence song appears
Tubbs watching dancers
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"Somebody's Watching Me" is a song performed by Rockwell, recorded on his album Somebody's Watching Me in 1984. The song appeared in the Miami Vice episode "Brother's Keeper".


  • Kennedy "Rockwell" Gordy: Vocals
  • Michael Jackson: Background Vocals


  • "Somebody's Watching Me" hit #1 on the Billboard R&B Chart, and was the beneficiary of Michael Jackson's wave of pop success in 1983-84 (due to his background vocals). It was kept out of the #1 spot on Billboard's "Hot 100" by Van Halen's "Jump" and Kenny Loggins' theme from Footloose.
  • This song (performed by another artist) was used in commercials for the insurance company GEICO.

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