Janet Jackson
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Janet Jackson is Michael Jackson's younger sister. She debuted solo with Control (1986), an album crafted by producers Jimmy Jam (James Harris) and Terry Lewis (both members of Prince's extended musical family), a work that offered urban soul music tinged with hip-hop beats (Nasty, What Have You Done To Me Lately). Her image of a strong, independent woman was confirmed by the social concept Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989), that spawned more danceable tracks as well as ballads (Miss You Much, Escapade, Black Cat, Love Will Never Do, Rhythm Nation, Alright,, Come Back to Me) in one of the most impressive deluges in history of hits to come from the same album. Her image was also promoted by the videos choreographed by her husband, Rene' Elizondo. She then adopted a more sensual persona for Janet (1993), including That's the Way Love Goes and Again. Her producers, in the meantime, had obeyed by downplaying the rhythmic aspect of her music and emphasizing her whispery vocals. The progression towards a more adult persona continued on the intimate The Velvet Rope (1997), containing Together Again and Got 'Til It's Gone. More hits followed: "Doesn't Really Matter (2000), All for You (2001), etc. But All for You (2001) and Damita Jo (2004) were hardly innovative. Her reputation now relied mainly on her sexual innuendos. (Translation by/ Tradotto da xxx)

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