On December 27, Janet Jackson announced that she would be postponing her "Unbreakable" world tour due to an undisclosed surgery. It has been revealed that the 49-year-old singer was forced to undergo treatment for throat cancer.
The biggest story in this week's charts is the triumphant return of Janet Jackson, who -- as she should -- takes the top spot this week, making her one of three artists who has scored number one albums over the last four decades.
Janet Jackson has topped the charts once again. Her latest album, Unbreakable, is the singer's 7th album to attain the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200. Jackson is also the third act in history to have a No. 1 album in each of the past 4 decades.
Janet Jackson debuted this collaboration with the not-oft seen or heard Missy Elliott during one of her live shows recently, however the live footage was quickly taken down so many of us didn't get to preview it.
Recently Janet Jackson debuted a few new records while on her "Unbreakable" world tour, one of which featured Missy Elliott. Today the singer has released the complete tracklist for her upcoming album, as well as a release date and pre-order link.
Janet Jackson is preparing us for her comeback. The singer debuted a new record, which was pretty well-received on HNHH, "No Sleeep." However, once she added J. Cole to the remix, our audience agreed it was VERY HOTTTT.
iHeart Radio's Music Festival is taking place in Las Vegas this year, at the MGM Grand Arena on September 18th and 19th. They've tapped a variety of artists for the line-up, covering all their bases from pop to rap to r'n'b to rock.
Couples making songs together is a natural thing. From the Sonny & Cher days to present-day power couple Beyonce and Jay Z, it only makes sense for a couple talented people to create music together, especially when they're in love.
Over the weekend a snippet of Janet Jackson's new single surfaced, "No Sleeep." The first single off Janet's forthcoming album arrives in full this morning, and is just as groovy and funk-infused as we first thought.
In May of this year Janet Jackson promised us a new tour, a new album and a "new movement" for 2015. It looks like she's keeping word, after announcing a new album in the works for a Fall release, she's followed that up with news of a world tour.
Over the last week, rumors have circulated of a new album from Janet Jackson, her first since 2008. A photo of an Atlantic Records release schedule had the LP set for a June release, but it all seemed like it oculd be a hoax.