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"smh".com indeed :sigh:

HENRI SHUT UP! :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:

MTV and VH1 are gonna have to get themselves together along with Vibe :umm:

And countless others. :umm: But at least she's ranking. Could be like her peers whose names are nonexistent to these lists. :whistle:

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These lists are pretty much hit or miss.

For nasty to be Janet's most iconic song from Control you would have thought it went to number1

Nasty should've been #1 over WITOY imo. -_-

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Nasty should've been #1 over WITOY imo. -_-

No not really...but I guess

The Pleasure Principle is a number 1 hit in my book. And save your "it's overrated" line.

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Rolling Stone: 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time

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256. The Velvet Rope - Jackson left behind her girl-next-door image forever with with The Velvet Rope, an album of sexy, confessional, freewheeling hip-hop soul. She fuses Joni Mitchell and Q-Tip in "Got 'Til It's Gone," but the shocker is her girl-girl version of Rod Stewart's "Tonight's the Night."

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/500-greatest-albums-of-all-time-19691231/the-velvet-rope-janet-jackson-19691231

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275. Rhythm Nation 1814 - Jackson bought a military suit and ruled the radio for two years with this album. Along with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, she fashions a grand pop statement with hip-hop funk ("Rhythm Nation"), slow jams ("Love Will Never Do [Without You]"), even hair metal ("Black Cat").

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/500-greatest-albums-of-all-time-19691231/rhythm-nation-1814-janet-jackson-19691231

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No not really...but I guess

The Pleasure Principle is a number 1 hit in my book. And save your "it's overrated" line.

PP is never doing it. :umm: Nasty all the way. :thumbup:

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PP is never doing it. :umm: Nasty all the way. :thumbup:

PP>>>Nasty

And I have spoken :coffee:

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And what you spoke has fallen on deaf ears. :filenails:

"You might think I'm crazy but I'm serious" :umm:

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"You might think I'm crazy but I'm serious" :umm:

I'm not a prude, I just want some respect. :hmph:

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Sex Songs: The 69 Steamiest Tunes ... Ever

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18. Janet Jackson, 'If'

If this 1993 hit was just about having a crush, then 'Single White Female' was just about having a roommate. Janet (Ms. Jackson, if you're nasty) gives us the details on her fantasy play-by-play, including what she would do to her man's "smooth and shiny." We're sure the object of her affection cashed in immediately. -- KD

Sexiest Lyric: "You on the rise as you're touchin' my thighs and/Let me know what you like/ If you like I'll go/Down da down down down da down down"

http://www.popeater.com/2009/11/17/sex-songs/

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I'm not a prude, I just want some respect. :hmph:

Oh my meter's running so I've really got to go....to bed -_-

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MTV Buzzworthy: Top 5 Videos With Killer Dance Sequences

4.) Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation 1814": Back in the day, this Janet Jackson video was the sh*t. Frankly, we think it still is. The video might be more than 20 years old, but those dance moves are timeless. Hell, so is that baseball hat with the silver buckle, but we digress ...

http://buzzworthy.mtv.com/2010/05/20/top-5-videos-with-killer-dance-sequences/

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Oh my meter's running so I've really got to go....to bed -_-

I'm about to do the same. -_-

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Here is a look at the who's-who of female stars who have topped the Billboard 200 and Hot 100 in the same week in the charts' Nielsen data eras:

Artist, Billboard 200 No. 1, Hot 100 No. 1(s), Year(s)

Adele, "21," "Rolling in the Deep," 2011

Ke$ha, "Animal," "TiK ToK," 2010

Leona Lewis, "Spirit," "Bleeding Love," 2008

Alicia Keys, "As I Am," "No One," 2007

Avril Lavigne, "The Best Damn Thing," "Girlfriend," 2007

Nelly Furtado, "Loose," "Promiscuous" (featuring Timbaland), 2006

Mariah Carey, "The Emancipation of Mimi," "We Belong Together," 2005

Beyonce, "Dangerously in Love," "Crazy in Love" (featuring Jay-Z), 2003

Ashanti, "Ashanti," "Foolish," 2002

Jennifer Lopez, "J to Tha L-O! The Remixes," "Ain't It Funny" (featuring Ja Rule), 2002

Janet Jackson, "All for You," "All for You," 2001

Madonna, "Music," "Music," 2000

Britney Spears, "...Baby One More Time," ...Baby One More Time," 1999

Mariah Carey, "Daydream," "Fantasy"/"One Sweet Day" (with Boyz II Men), 1995-96

Mariah Carey, "Music Box," "Hero," 1993-94

Janet Jackson, "janet.," "That's the Way Love Goes," 1993

Whitney Houston, "The Bodyguard" (soundtrack), "I Will Always Love You," 1992-93

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/weekly-chart-notes-adele-glee-cast-aretha-1005181982.story#/column/chartbeat/weekly-chart-notes-adele-glee-cast-aretha-1005181982.story

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:excited: :excited: :excited: :excited:

Although you should put this in the Charts thread. >_<

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:excited: :excited: :excited: :excited:

Although you should put this in the Charts thread. >_<

LOL I forgot all about that thread. I'll do it now :)

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I forgot to post this a while back.

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58. Janet Jackson, janet.

As Black-American music royalty, Janet Jackson has had every significant moment of her growth recorded. With Control, she had her cotillion. With Rhythm Nation 1814, she announced her political and sexual awakening. And with Janet. , she celebrated becoming an erotic being. using soul, rock and dance elements, as well as opera diva Kathleen Battle, Janet unleashed her most musically ambitious record, guided, as always, by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Tow albums before, she'd innocently sung, "Let's wait awhile." Now she boldy purrs, "If I was your girl, oh the things I'd do to you!/I'd make you call out my name/I'd ask who it belongs to!" Like Gloria Steinem with a six-figure video budget, she shows young women a way to have their sexual freedom and their dignity, to have their cake and be eaten, too.

http://www.rollingstone.com/music/lists/100-best-albums-of-the-nineties-20110427/janet-jackson-janet-19691231 :thumbup:

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The most stylish music videos of all time (video)

7. Janet Jackson - "Love Will Never Do Without You"

One of the best songs and videos ever. Shot by acclaimed fashion photographer Herb Ritts, who suggested Jackson wear jeans and a simple black top instead of a dress. The video co-stars mega hot actors/then-Calvin Klein models Antonio Sabato Jr. and Djimon Hounsou.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-yfescKRzI

http://shine.yahoo.com/channel/beauty/the-most-stylish-music-videos-of-all-time-video-2486994

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...she still shits.

Top 10 Super Bowl Scandals and Controversies

1. Super Bowl XXXVIII - Janet Jackson gets exposed

This is the mother of all Super Bowl controversies, bar none — which is somewhat strange considering it never affected the game, and nobody's life was in peril. This was all about Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime act Janet Jackson's notorious "wardrobe malfunction" in her duet performance with former Mouseketeer Justin Timberlake. The highly controversial MTV-produced show culminated with Timberlake ripping off Jackson's two-piece top, revealing the singer's breast covered by a very visible nipple shield. Jackson later apologized, Timberlake seemed mortified and even though the breast was exposed for a mere 9/16th's of a second on the live CBS telecast, the NFL immediately announced they would never let MTV produce another halftime show and CBS was levied a hefty $550,000 fine — which was subsequently overturned in 2008.

http://msn.foxsports.com/nfl/lists/Top_10_Super_Bowl_ScandalsControversies#photo-title=Super%20Bowl%20XXXVIII%20-%20Janet%20Jackson%20gets%20exposed&photo=9137350

Billboard's Top 50 Moments of the Decade

5. Nipplegate

(February 1, 2004)

Even without the wardrobe malfunction, Justin Timberlake's choreographed grab of Janet's little Jackson was probably too salacious for Superbowl Sunday. But JT's offensive touch went way too far. "Nipplegate" set off a fierce debate about indecency, the FCC's role in censorship and sexual content within music. What followed were a host of new restrictions for live broadcasts, increased fines for indecency violations and a sheepish apology from Timberlake on that year's Grammys. The plus for classic rock fans was that old, "safe" dudes like Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen finally got tapped to play halftimefollowing the fiasco.

http://www.billboard.com/features/best-of-the-2000s-1004051233.story#/news/the-decade-in-music-top-50-moments-page-1004055327.story

The 10 Best Super Bowl Halftime Shows

2. Janet Jackson & Justin Timberlake, 2004

It was the day that the phrase "wardrobe malfunction" entered the American vernacular. Debate about whether Justin Timberlake accidentally or "accidentally" exposed Janet's little Jackson has raged since that Houston halftime. FCC fines have been assessed, thrown out and appealed in judicial court, and the court of popular opinon will be in sessions for years. But bedazzled breast or not, you have to admit that J&J put on a pretty kick-ass show. It's a shame all anyone remembers is the last two seconds

http://www.billboard.com/events/the-10-best-super-bowl-halftime-shows-1004065298.story?page=10#/events/the-10-best-super-bowl-halftime-shows-1004065298.story?page=9

This was obviously #1, but due to politics, it was moved to #2. :rolleyes:

The Lycos 50 Announces the Most Popular Internet Search Terms of 2004

The Lycos 50 Top 10 Search Terms for 2004 are:

1) Janet Jackson 6) KaZaA

2) Paris Hilton 7) Tattoos

3) Clay Aiken 8) Pamela Anderson

4) Britney Spears 9) Michelle Vieth

5) Nick Berg 10) Poker

Janet Jackson held the number one spot on The Lycos 50 for only two weeks this year, but she generated more search activity in those two weeks than any other search topic, making her the most searched topic in the history of The Lycos 50, and easily the top search of 2004," said Dean Tsouvalas, writer of The Lycos 50. "In the first 24 hours following Jackson's now infamous 'wardrobe malfunction,' Janet Jackson and the Super Bowl halftime show received 60 times as many searches as the Paris Hilton sex tape and 80 times as many searches as Britney Spears." Jackson remained on The Lycos 50 for 14 consecutive weeks until she was finally bumped during the week of May 18, when Nick Berg, the American hostage beheaded by Iraqi militants, and the War in Iraq dominated Web search activity.

Top 10 Women of 2004:

1) Janet Jackson 6) Brooke Burke

2) Paris Hilton 7) Hilary Duff

3) Britney Spears 8) Catherine Bosley

4) Pamela Anderson 9) Jennifer Lopez

5) Michelle Vieth 10) Anna Nicole Smith

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/web-users-have-spoken-janet-jackson-is-the-most-searched-term-for-2004-75838717.html

Janet's breast makes net history

Janet Jackson's breast has become the most searched-for image in net history.

The maker of digital video recorders, Tivo, said it was also one of the most watched moments in US TV history, as people paused and replayed the event.

Search engine Lycos said the brief flash of flesh had become the most searched for event in its history, even beating searches for 11 September. 71.gif

On Monday, Janet Jackson and the half-time show received 60 times as many searches as the Paris Hilton sex tape and 80 times as many searches as Britney Spears," said Aaron Schatz, who compiles a daily list of top search phrases for Lycos.

"Prior to this week, the most-searched event in the history of The Lycos 50 over a one-day period was the September 11 attack on America," he added.

"Jackson's half-time exposure also far surpasses the other top stories we've tracked on The Lycos 50."

Other search engines also reported an explosion in interest in the American singer.

People using Google searched for "Janet Jackson" almost 10 times more the day after the game than they did on Sunday, said the company.

And by Wednesday Jackson broke records on Yahoo, accounting for nearly 20% of all terms searched on the site.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3461459.stm

Janet Jackson has topped the list of most searched terms on Google in 2005.

Get into the shade in this article. :lmao:

Her popularity even topped that of her brother Michael, despite the fact that his legal troubles were played out over many months of 2005.

1: Janet Jackson

2: Hurricane Katrina

3: Tsunami

4: Xbox 360

5: Brad Pitt

6: Michael Jackson

7: American Idol

8: Britney Spears

9: Angelina Jolie

10: Harry Potter

71.gif @ Janet being more popular than TWO natural disasters, the #1 TV show like 8 years running (American Idol), and Michael Jackson. 71.gif

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/4551936.stm

Star-studded 2007 edition of Guinness World Records released

Janet Jackson became the new "most searched for person on the internet" and "most searched for news item on the internet" because of her infamous wardrobe malfunction during the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show.

http://www.cbc.ca/arts/story/2006/09/29/guinness-record-book.html

New Words for the Dictionary

wardrobe malfunction ("an instance of a person accidentally exposing an intimate part of their body as result of an article of clothing slipping out of position.")

Frankly, we're amazed it took so long for that last term to make it into the dictionary. Thanks to Janet Jackson, Paris Hilton, and other Hollywood stars, it's been part of the public discourse for years.

http://buzz.yahoo.com/buzzlog/93942

Of course we all know DJ and 20 opened at #2 on the BB200, and Disciple opened at #1. This gave Janet 8 consecutive studio albums to reach the top 2 on the Billboard 200.

Control - #1

RN1814 - #1

janet. - #1

TVR - #1

AFY - #1

DJ - #2

20YO - #2

Discipline #1

It also extended Janet to have 2 #1 albums in three separate decades, at least 1 #1 R&B hit in three separate (ohnly artist tew dew eht). As stated, Janet has 8 consecutive albums to reach the top 2 on the BB200. The only acts to surpass this are The Beatles, The Rolling Stones who released 8 studio albums in 10 years to Janet's 3, and Jay-Z who released 9 studio albums in 11 years to Janet's 4.

Discipline made Janet the Black female with the most #1 albums (6). Alicia Keys is at 4, but Janet is more impressive as Janet's spans over 22 years, a testament of her longevity and staying power.

Still getting honored during trying times.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2004/oct/01/race.arts

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I see why they mad.

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And they can stay that way.

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Essence: 50 Most Influential R&B Stars of All Time

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17. Janet Jackson

They don’t make ‘em like Janet Jackson anymore! This fierce Triple Threat has kept us entertained with her iconic videos, seriously danceable mega-hits, and engaging film roles (hello, “Poetic Justice” and “For Colored Girls!”) for years — and we can’t wait to see what she does next.

http://photos.essence.com/galleries/50_most_influential_black_musicians#811993

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