Janet Jackson announces her 2015 plans on Twitter

17 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Janet Jackson Announces Her Return To A Potentially Unrhythmic Nation.

Bush was still president, Adele’s debut set had just come out, and, perhaps most importantly, her brother Michael was still alive. “I promised you’d hear it from my lips, and now you will,” Jackson said in a voiceover, while an image of her voice waves registered on a studio equalizer. “This year, new music, new world tour, a new movement. Jackson’s message was accompanied with the hashtag #ConversationsInACafé, which is widely presumed to be the title of the forthcoming album or single.

Days before the announcement, her longtime collaborator Jimmy Jam had been using the hashtag online, with one post seeming to be handwritten lyrics: “Just can’t feel casual about casualties.” An uncredited photo of upcoming releases claimed the singer would issue a new release on July 10 via Atlantic Records, but the label confirmed that was false (it’s uncertain whether she’s even signed). Adding to the summer comeback rumors, the singer’s Spotify artist page has her listed for a July 28 tour date at Comerica Theatre, a 5,000-seat venue in Phoenix. The venue’s site doesn’t have an event listed for that date, but its size is similar to the intimate aura she reached for with her last outing, 2011’s Number Ones, Up Close and Personal tour. Last month the typically quiet singer responded to a fan’s cheeky “missing” poster – “Last seen looking like she hopped right out of 1997 into 2015” – which made its way to Jimmy Jam, who posted it on Twitter.

Too funny, too sweet.” Jackson’s last studio album was 2008’s “Discipline,” via Island Def Jam, before she asked to be released from her contract, having only done the one album. MILAN, ITALY – FEBRUARY 23: Janet Jackson attends the Giuseppe Zanotti Design Presentation during Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2013/14 on February 23, 2013 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Vincenzo Lombardo/Getty Images for Giuseppe Zanotti Design) Jackson’s last album, 2008’s dance-oriented Discipline was a commercial disappointment, despite debuting at No. 1. Bluntly, pop radio has little interest in any female artists—no matter how catchy their singles— unless they are names Swift, Trainor, or Grande.Jackson’s smartest bet will be to expose the songs through smart licensing placements in commercials and TV shows.

Both Lopez and Carey have gone the Las Vegas residency route— playing smaller theaters than the arenas they have previously filled and letting the audiences come to them. Madonna starts a worldwide arena tour in August and, despite the fact that there’s no stigma attached to headlining Sin City these days, it’s nearly impossible to imagine Madge making that shift. None of this is to suggest that Jackson doesn’t still have great music to make or that commercial success is out of her reach, just that today’s climate can be very unforgiving for veteran artists.

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