Am I going to get Velvet Rope part two cause I live for that album and seems likes Janet has a story to tell.
Oh, my... Her next album has so much potential to be another event from Miss Jackson. Give me: -You Ain't Right/You-esque anger, -Throw some shade at Wissam. She nailed with husband #2; Truth still is one of the greatest album cuts she's ever created. -Sample another TVR track; what she did in Dammn Baby is brilliant. -LP12's generation of Can't Be Stopped. -Better Days/Well Travelled -esque optimism -Accept Me/Promise of You realness. -Classy baby-making songs; best examples? Twenty Foreplay & When We Oooo, of course.
I'm so excited already. Unbreakable has so much quality. It's hard to imagine what's coming up next.
I'm not expecting abs and cleavage. I'm hoping for cute, classy wardrobe that she looks great in and feels comfortable with. It should be stylish yet good enough to dance in. Just hope it doesn't drown her and make us uncomfortable. I know most people didn't care for the drop crotch pants. I definitely felt the drop was too low and looked like Depends.
I was thinking this past day why DJ, 20YO and Dis. all failed to connect with their audience. And honestly, the real Janet that was seen on previous albums was not there. There was far too much over production and not a huge amount of substance (outside of the 'stand-out' tracks). Janet is best when she is REAL. Unbreakable felt REAL. It was intelligent, sexy, sleek, fun, dark, mysterious and just exactly what Janet needed to give us in 2015. I hope that the next album will continue from this and not regress to the stale over produced work she gave us from 2004-2008. She is sublime when in form. So beautiful, so PLUSH, so creative and gives LIFE to her fans in a way no other artist will ever.
Post by Dammn Baby on May 28, 2017 10:17:55 GMT -5
Let's be real. Janet was a walking clonazepam in '04-'08 (seriously, watch her interviews) as she was getting deep dicked by the midget troll and had to soothe the pain. As soon as she dumped him, the world brightened.
I don't think she is interested in returning to those days.
Post by think pink. on May 31, 2017 21:24:10 GMT -5
This could be amazing! I hope Netflix picks it up.
Janet Jackson is reportedly in talks with Netflix to do a fly-on-the-wall documentary series about her life after her divorce and her efforts as a new mother.
Although Jackson has been keeping a low profile since the split from Wissam Al Mana in April, a source told The Sun that she is ready to put herself out there: “Janet has been fiercely private about her life in the past but feels the need to keep her fans in the loop with what life has been like since she went into hiatus ten years ago.”
“The show will run as a ten-part documentary and will feature recording sessions in the studio, co-parenting her child with Wissam and preparing for the European and Asian legs of her tour. Netflix [is] negotiating a big sum for the rights to the show as they expect it to perform well,” the source added.
Jackson also recently announced that her Unbreakable world tour–now renamed State of the World tour–which she had put on hold to have her baby, was back on.
“Hey you guys, it’s me Jan, just in case you didn’t recognise me because I have put on quite a few since I had the baby. I thank God for him, you guys. He’s so healthy, so beautiful, so sweet, so loving, such a happy baby. Yes, I separated from my husband. We are in court and the rest is in God’s hands,” she said in a Twitter video, adding, “It’s not about politics. It’s about people, the world, relationships and just love".
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