Every Time is a song by Pop artist Janet Jackson from her sixth studio album, The Velvet Rope. It was released as the album’s sixth and final single in November 1998. The song has been described as a ballad that lyrically delves into the protagonist’s fear of love.
Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You) is by Janet Jackson with Carly Simon from Jackson’s seventh studio album, All For You. It was written and produced by Janet Jackson,Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis with additional lyrics by Simon. An official re-worked version featuring Missy Elliott was released as the third and final single from the album on November 6, 2001, by Virgin Records. Continue reading
The Velvet Rope Tour was the third concert tour by Janet Jackson. Launched in support of her sixth studio album The Velvet Rope (1997), the tour visited Europe, North America, Japan, New Zealand, Africa, and Australia. Jackson was inspired to create an autobiographical show using theatrical elements portraying her struggle with depression and self-esteem. Continue reading
Janet Jackson’s Love Will Never Do (Without You) was more than a video, here Janet came into her own. Continue reading
Janet Jackson performed the sultry ballad Any Time, Any Place written by Jackson with James Harris and Terry Lewis.
Janet Jackson 2019 live concert- she just keeps getting better and better! Continue reading
The music video for Alright, filmed in February 1990, was styled to resemble a 1930s and 1950s musical, featured Cyd Charisse, The Nicholas Brother and Cab Calloway in one of his last on-screen appearances. Continue reading
Janet Jackson performs Come On Get Up from her seventh studio album, All for You (2001) live in Hawaii.
Janet Jackson set off a 2004 Super Bowl firestorm when her right breast was bared during her nationally televised halftime show. The incident became known as Nipplegate and had a severe effect on Jackson while her partner Justin Timberlake tried to distance himself from the “wardrobe malfunction” . Continue reading
Janet Jackson reprises her role as Penny from Good Times and joins the Evans family (Kenan Thompson, Maya Rudolph, J.B. Smoove, Finesse Mitchell) in this tribute that combines classic plots from the hit 1970s sitcom. Continue reading