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Janet Jackson unveils new album details

Published 03/09/2015

Janet Jackson Unbreakable album cover
Janet Jackson Unbreakable album cover

Janet Jackson’s first LP is seven years, Unbreakable, is now available for pre-order on iTunes.

The 49-year-old superstar hasn’t released a new album for seven years, but after nearly a decade of waiting fans will be pleased to know her forthcoming LP Unbreakable hits shelves on October 2.

According to a press release published on her website, Janet reteamed with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis while writing tracks for the offering.

“It’s wonderful to be creating again with Janet,” Jimmy and Terry gushed in the statement. “From songwriting, producing, arranging, singing, dancing, acting, she deftly does it all and truly personifies the word artist.

“Unbreakable is a gift to all of her fans who have steadfastly stood by her. It is a subject for conversation, a plea for compassion, and a call for action from someone who’s come a long way, but’s got a long way to go, and has much to say about it. In other words, if you want to know what’s on her mind you only have to listen.”

The press release noted Janet will be reflecting on late brother Michael Jackson and her youth in the album.

The Unbreakable tracklisting was also revealed. The LP has 17 songs in total which are entitled Unbreakable, Burnitup! featuring Missy Elliott, Dammn Baby, The Great Forever, Shoulda Known Better, After You Fall, Broken Hearts Heal, Night, No Sleeep featuring J Cole, Dream Maker/ Euphoria, 2 B Loved, Take Me Away, Promise, Lessons Learned, Black Eagle, Well Traveled, Gon B Alright.

Janet has been sharing personal information about her Unbreakable writing process with fans via Twitter and she also unveiled the album cover on the micro-blogging site.

The Unbreakable World Tour is already underway, with the initial concert having kicked off in Vancouver, Canada earlier this week. The international series of performances boasts 68 concerts in total and it will end March 9, 2016 in Sunrise, Florida.

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