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  1. Lizzo stirred up some ole tea concerning two women we know that's how little I wanted to say about this thus no link no press, cause leave it alone.
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  2. Rolling Stone: Janet Jackson announced that she will release a new album in 2022, and that a new single will arrive by the end of this year via her label, Rhythm Nation Records. Jackson offered no additional details about the forthcoming single, although she did reveal production credits for the album, which will be her first since 2015’s Unbreakable. The album will find her reuniting with production/songwriting duo Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, as well as collaborating with Darrel Randle, Ralph Johnson (a founding member of Earth, Wind & Fire), Siedah Garret, and Marcel East. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/janet-jackson-announces-first-new-album-since-2015-1225698/amp/?__twitter_impression=true
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  3. At the end. Thoughts? I thought it was actually Janet for a sec and I almost died.
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  4. The new doc trailer. https://www.instagram.com/p/CTfSa12nfQJ/?utm_source=ig_embed&ig_rid=2f7ecfd5-4d2f-456f-8736-f09db6036d0a&ig_mid=A15BBD10-63D4-4602-BD43-2BFD5CB6BC2C
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  5. Since most of us are probably familiar with Zoom now, how about a Jan fam Zoom catch up? I think a lot of us know each other from Facebook and Insta so can't imagine it'd be too awkward What do you all think?
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  6. Re-read through this thread...damn, the nostalgia and memories I have for this place came flooding through my brain.
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  7. interesting article.
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  8. The song sucks. Cardi actually makes the song sound better but it's gonna flop and this will be Cardi's 3rd feature flop in a row after "Big Paper" with DJ Khaled and that wack ass Normani song "Wild Flop"
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  9. Ra’Jah O’Hara & Brooke Lynn Hytes’ ‘Miss You Much’ Lip Sync For Your Legacy RPDR All Stars 6
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  10. I got chills juss from the nostalgia
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  11. Who remembers him? Long term member of the forum from London. I just found out that he died last year and I’m annoyed and angry that I didn’t know. I was thinking of him today and thought I’d go to his Facebook to see what he’s been up to and message him but then I saw a lot of rest in peace messages on his wall from April 2019. I literally was speaking to him in March that year and we were trying to meet up. I have no idea what happened but I’m shocked.
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  12. Thanks for coming back to this and sharing. When I read some of the comments on the memorial page, I had a suspicion it was that, but to read it and see it confirmed, hurt my heart. I hope whatever his beliefs are, that he found peace that eluded him in this life. I have known of Paul since 2001 (was one of the first members that stuck out to me when I joined jj.com), as he was so freaking memorable and charismatic... and I had never even met him, nor spoken to him. I just want to say that I'm glad that even at your lowest moments in life, you're still here and with us. As others have mentioned, we are not as active as we used to be, but this is a community I've been a part of for 19 years and it holds a very special place in my heart. I came into this family as I was coming of age, and the memories, and lessons learned here, played such a critical role in helping to shape my worldview. Please never doubt your impact, y'all.
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  13. I love ya’ll too, I’ve been talking to you in some form or another since I think 2005 when I first started living on my own. I don’t post here much anymore but I do see many of your stories and posts on FB, Insta and Twitter. Even though you don’t look at mine
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  14. Let me be frank , over the years this whole bit has gotten well "dated" now that is not to say that the founder of this forum aint on her shit, cause this place trumps pretty much every other forum, I started out on Miss Janet, back in 1995ish, I remember it was through AOL, who remembers thats? long time ago, it was different then, Janet would sneak in on us and we had no clue, Rene would make his presence known. So much has changed. So much hasn't, It's been one hell of a ride over the years, from Henry, Pie, LoveProfusion, TheHiltonSuite, ThatOtherFan, Mr. Together, Jodie, Matt, sooooo many I cannot name. I do miss the days we had over 40 people on at one time, but things change, and we keep moving, or should, because whether we do or dont the world moves on regardless. Hell I've written an entire autobiography here I paid my respects to Paul because even though he and I butted heads often, I still liked that guy, he was one of the fam. as is Game I still speak to him, when I can be bothered I tried to give 18.14 to Paul but shit man the US dollar aint $18.14 in British pounds
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  15. Even though we are not all as active this forum holds a special place in my heart. Thank you Angie for keeping it running all these years, that fact most of us have been posting together for at least 14 years is crazy to think about.
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  16. I’m glad you got to meet him. It is crazy to think about how some of our most active members are no longer here. I do hope Henry is well. Paul is I think the third member I’ve known that’s passed. While it’s a reality of life, it still hurts when it’s one of our own. I love y’all.
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  17. And it was organic as well. From an unintentional feminist, to a socially aware superstar, to a sex symbol icon, to a moody, instrospective ARTIST, to a carefree POP LEGEND.
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  18. That ladies and gentleman is called IMPACT. INFLUENCE. CHANGING THE MUSICAL LANDSCAPE. PUSHING MUSIC FORWARD.
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  19. The 80 greatest albums of the 1980s by Rock Hall Inductees 9. Janet Jackson – “Control” (1986) If you posed the question "What is Janet Jackson's best album?" five, 10, even 15 years ago, hands down the answer would be "Rhythm Nation 1814." But as time goes on, those songs don't stay with you as much as the ones from Janet's coming out party "Control." Jackson's third album overcame a lot. It made people forget about its two lackluster predecessors and effectively removed her from the shadow of her famous family. More importantly, Jackson (along with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis) reshaped R&B into a pop and dance driven format that would lay the groundwork for New Jack Swing. By the 1990s, everyone, including Janet's big brother Michael, was jacking her style. 58. Janet Jackson – “Rhythm Nation 1814” (1989) Because it was such a creative leap forward, "Rhythm Nation 1814" is often considered Janet Jackson's most iconic album. The concept focused on social issues with Jackson proving herself a formidable commentator. R&B and pop had never quite seen an album like this; not with its dance grooves that helped establish New Jack Swing. https://www.cleveland.com/life-and-culture/j66j-2020/03/dab97c695a9775/80-greatest-albums-of-the-1980s-by-rock-and-roll-hall-of-famers.html
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