The R&B icon performed her new single live for the first time.
Her first release since 2015’s Unbreakable album.
Discography spotlights some of the best and brightest Janet Jackson B-sides and offers tips on how to find them.
She will also debut it live on The Tonight Show — her first late-night TV performance in 14 years.
We examine Janet Jackson’s post media blackout years and her lesser-known records.
In this episode of Discography, Marc With a C continues his trek though all of Janet’s canonical albums taking on All For You and the slept-on Damita Jo, while making an unfortunate, but necessary, detour away from the music and into tabloid territory.
Janet Jackson, St. Vincent, David Byrne, and others helped overcome a weekend of bad weather and cancellations.
Plus, exclusive portraits of Shannon and the Clams, Sigrid, and Cloves.
On our last episode of Discography, Marc With a C (with occasional assistance from funkmeister/Jacksons expert Chris LeBrane) dug deep into the earliest albums by Janet Jackson. No stone was left unturned as we saw the building blocks …
Discography returns to chronicle Janet’s legendary, platinum pop.
The R&B legend performed “Feels So Right”, from 2001’s All For You, and the 1989 B-side “The Skin Game” for the first time ever. “You Ain’t Right”, another song from the double platinum All For You, was performed live for the first time since 2002.
Father of Michael and Janet had been battling terminal cancer.