It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for … Janet Jackson has officially released her first album in seven years!
The pop star, who kicked off her world tour this summer, dropped Unbreakable on Thursday night which fans are absolutely loving … and so are we.
Out the gate, the 19-track disc gives us the Janet we love, nostalgia at it’s highest. After a stellar introduction, the album goes right into the singer’s new track, “BURNITUP!” with Missy Elliott, who tweeted on Friday morning her excitement for Janet’s new project.
It is also worth noting that the only other feature on the project is J. Cole, who collaborated with Jackson on her lead single, “No Sleeep.”
This labor of love, produced by legendary producing duo, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, includes a sweet tribute to the 49-year-old’s late brother, Michael Jackson, who passed away in 2009. “It was a long, long time ago, But I remember it like yesterday, Amazing times while we were growing, Round all the bright stars,” Janet sings.
“The fall and winter never felt so cold, And though the words can never express it, I guess you feel I miss you much, There were days like never before, We can’t laugh together till we cry, But our love ain’t no material thing, And shall I see you in the next life,” the beauty sings before launching into the chorus.
Unbreakable project is available now on iTunes.
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