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  1. 2 points
    She's doing 5 shows in Australia and 1 in New Zealand on Sunday, Nov. 17
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    He only said Janet sent him a song. He didn't say anything about what kind of song.
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    Bout time she knows the way to keep her legacy alive. Let the whole world see you fuck shit up in person. She still doing the damn thing even with no new music
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    TTWLG is defs enough to be considered a global hit. She also didn’t do that bad with a few ‘Control’ singles Otherwise you’re right
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    I’m so fucking happy Been 8 years
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    Ya'll trashing Janet and other credible artists when the #1 song in 2007 was Girl Shake That Laffy Taffy 🙄 Let's not act like art and good writing was a priority in the wake of the digital generation. A lot of songs that have been hits since then have been out right corny, and are not deep in content at all. Pretty basic in comparison to anything on Damita Jo, 20YO, and Discipline actually. By 2010 Beyonce and Usher were dumming down their music to fit in with the young kids. "Surf board" and "Everybody wanna be like me" is what this generation likes so it doesn't matter how much Shakespeare Janet or anyone else adds to their music. Ratchet is in, poetry is out. The only "artists" getting credit are white singers mimicking black sounds. Yes what Janet put out in 2004-2008 was lackluster (For Janet standards). But in terms of what was put out in the overall music industry they slay. I remember Kelis put out a great album, of course it didn't chart but it was still a good album compared to hits on the radio.
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    But the fact is that Damita Jo didn’t get the treatment it deserved. Had Janet not been blacklisted, toured, and outsold A4Y... you’d be singing a diff tune
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    I wouldn't say it would have been the best selling album that year, but the incident that shall not be named put a halt to any kind of success she was seeing. I remember hearing JALW on the radio and then the dark cloud rained on anything DJ.. You have to give credit to Janet for still promoting the album, but it was too late. Rnb Junkie was the hit that got away. Slolove could have been big internationally. Oh well.

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