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    There are young artists out now that cant even sustain a career after their first 2-3 albums so don't feel bad
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    Happy Birthday though I could have sworn your birthday is in May 🤔
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    Job discrimination is a shame. Both men can get it and have it
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    Sorry I’m late to the party but HAPPY BIRTHDAY to you!
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    Sean. Bruh. Now you know not ONE lie was detected. You and I know what i state is TRUE AF
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    Happy Birthday Angie!!!! May you be positively drenched in golden showers of love, laughter, and happiness today.
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    trust me he's not lol. He'll shove that shit right down ya throat and gag you
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    Flop. The second and third are understandable, but the first is a clear sign that mental health needs to be taken more seriously in the Black community.
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    Im really excited to report this, as a regular listener of NPR, NPR is considered serious journalism. In the piece below Janet is recognized and rightfully so https://www.npr.org/sections/world-cafe/2018/11/08/656550176/25-years-later-was-1993-the-greatest-year-in-music 25 Years Later: Was 1993 The Greatest Year In Music? November 8, 20186:00 AM ET Bruce Warren From U2's eighth studio album, Zooropa, was released on July 5, 1993 on Island Records. Courtesy of Island Records Here at the World Cafe, we've had hours of conversations about what some of the greatest years in music are. So far, we've presented the case for 1967, for 1978 and 1988. This time around we narrow the window and present to you for consideration the silver anniversary of a crop of albums that came out in 1993. Was 1993 the greatest year in music? Ask that question to someone who was in high school or college that year, and the answer might be yes. To those of you now in your late 30s and early 40s, grunge is your classic rock, and Snoop Dogg's Doggstyle and Wu-Tang Clan's Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), are your go-to hip-hop classics.That year also saw the release of some watershed debuts including Exile In Guyville by Liz Phair, Tuesday Night Music Club by Sheryl Crow, August and Everything After by Counting Crows, Bikini Kill's Pussy Whipped, Radiohead's Pablo Honey, and Reachin' (A New Refutation of Time and Space) from Digable Planets. Alt-rock was still hanging on as the flavor of the moment with The Breeders' Last Splash, In Utero by Nirvana, Siamese Dream by Smashing Pumpkins, Pearl Jam's Vs., and U2's Zooropa. While grunge was still having its moment, as 1993 unfolded, the voices of women shouted powerfully across many genres. Pop, alternative, and indie music's finest moments came out from the aforementioned Liz Phair, Sheryl Crow and The Breeders. Sarah McLachlan planted the seeds of Lilith Fair that would flourish four years later. Janet Jackson's Janet. became a massive mainstream crossover success, with Jackson writing all the lyrics and co-producing her way to the top of the Billboard and SoundScan sales charts, grabbing numerous awards including a Grammy award for best R&B Song, "That's The Way Love Goes." With Snoop Doggy Dog on the September 1993 cover of Vibe, the magazine declared 1993 as "the year hip-hop and R&B conquered the world." Midnight Marauders by A Tribe Quest and Wu-Tang's Enter The Wu-Tang were both released on the same day that year. Add the release of Tupac Shakur's Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z... to the mix, and you've got four of the most influential hip-hop albums. While '93 was marked with some big records, it's some of the lesser known, yet musically influential records that have endured in the last 25 years, including Me'Shell Ndgeocello's Plantation Lullabies, PJ Harvey's Rid of Me, Souls of Mischief's 93 'til Infinty, Archers of Loaf's Icky Mettle, Uncle Tupelo's Anodyne, Rosanne Cash's The Wheel, Bjork's Debut, and one of the greatest rock records of the decade, Gentlemen by Afghan Whigs. Was 1993 the greatest year in music? Ultimately, that's your decision to make. Was it the greatest year of the decade? We think we've made the case for it. Let us know what you think. Listen to our Spotify playlist of some the most enduring and influential music from 1993.
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    Truth is that while her team is still promoting MFN Janet is finishing the EP/album. It's a matter of time til there will be an official announcement. And around the same time the international leg will be announced. Outside Organisation is already working on the European tour, so. ??‍♂️
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    Made for Ever looks to have hit 10m!!! Oh shit
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    Y’all can’t handle the “Truth” Janet’s testimony on that track is too much for most of y’all.
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    A4U tour is in your top 2? ? Yes, im jugdging you.. Hard lol cus A4U was one of her weaker tours for a few reasons
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    I will say I was surprised to see how much she was promoting "Made For Now" w/ the performances and interviews, considering she didnt do any of that for the "Unbreakable" album. Im like you do heavy promo for a single but do none for a whole album? ? But then i remembered back when Janet was on Oprah for the 20YO era ..there was a point of the interview when she shared a moment her and Oprah had privately where Oprah told her "Once you turn 40, you stop caring about what ppl think and what ppl want you to do and start to realize this is YOUR LIFE" ..and Janet revealed that she had arrived at that pivotal point that Oprah had told her about...and if you notice, since that era Janet seemed to start doing things how ever she wanted to do it. Its been gradually goin in that direction over all those years. I really believe Janet feels she has paid her dues and that she has earned the right to get up and go to work when she wants to and doesnt let the industry run her no more. So i completely get it and understand why she does things her way..whether or not i think it would be smart to do certain things a certain way...i guess Janet and her fans can agree to disagree. Cus we all see the flaws in her camp but...what can you tell a 52 year old legend who has a kid now? Grind like you were grinding back during the RN era? Of course not. I see ppl mentioning her "team" this and that... Look they cant make Janet do shit..she is the BOSS. If you dont see certain things done..its bc of JANET. Lets be clear. She is in full complete control of her career at this stage and has been for quite some time. Im juss glad she is back considering ALOT of the fans/public thought she was done w/ her career for good prior to "Unbreakable". Im a "look at the glass half full" type of guy.. shoot me.