Janet Jackson’s last album is called “Unbreakable”. Fans have found it out from the singer’s official Twitter profile where also the release date has been published: October 2, 2016, that is 6 years and a few months after Michael, the unforgettable “King of pop”, had died.
At the disc worked also Missy Elliott and J Cole, besides the old collaborators such as Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jam who define Unbreakable as “an attempt to spark dialogue, a call for compassion, a call to action from someone who has already come a long way, but still has a long way to go and many things to say. Put otherwise, if you want to know what is on her mind, you only need to listen.”
Via a press release, the record company announced that this is going to be “the first time when Janet will open personally. She will talk about her childhood and her relationship with the brother, Michael”. A project that is described as “very personal” by the artist herself. It is an intimate conversation that will continue during her world tour which has begun this week in Vancouver, Canada, and will continue with concerts in Tokyo, Osaka and other cities, for a total of 68 dates, before returning to the States.