‘Contol’, ‘Escapade’, ‘Miss You Much’, and ‘That’s the Way Love Goes‘ are just a few hit singles this iconic performer has released as record breaking hits throughout music history. I’m speaking about thee one and only, Miss Janet Jackson.
As a five-time Grammyaward-winning recording artist and actress, Janet has left an imprint of inspiration for many artists, but most do not know the role her family has played in her success. With help from the late, great Michael Jackson, she released her first album self-titled, Janet Jackson, selling over 250,000 copies. Her following release was just as successful featuring her brothers Michael, Tito, Jackie and Marlon.
You see, Janet may have been the independent, open minded, creative and most definitely the diva sibling in the Jackson family, but the support of her brothers was what made her feel she was untouchable. And it happened!
This pop legend has kept a low profile in the past few years. But with any hidden agenda, icons such as Janet make sure that when she is out, the world clearly takes notice. Who’s to say that she hasn’t been in the corner store, or shopping at your nearest mall? Surely a recent appearance at the ‘Vogue Fashion DubaiExperience Gala‘ on Friday caught the eyes of dozes of paparazzi’s, ready with the one question they all hoped she would answer.
Is this a sign Miss Jackson is returning to the world of music?
It’s been more than 6 years since her last album ‘Discipline‘ and I think I speak for the all the Janet Jackson fans when I say, the world is ready for the return of Janet Jackson. With fans, friends and media around the world celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation‘ through social media, events and tributes, Janet’s heartfelt appearance would be the least she could do to show the millions of fans she’s fierce and ready to return to the stage and give us the performance of a lifetime.
“I just want my music and my dance to catch the audience’s attention, and to hold it long enough for them to listen to the lyrics and what we’re saying.”