Janet was out celebrating her 49th birthday with friends and reuniting with her old backup dancer. As always Janet looked beautiful, this woman just does not age! Take a look at the photo below and visit the gallery for more photos!
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Janet Jackson fans, your prayers have been answered! On her 49th birthday the reclusive singer revealed that she has plans to put out a new album and go on tour in 2015.
“My conversation… #ConversationsInACafe,” she tweeted on Saturday, May 17, with a filmed in a neon lighted studio.
“I promise you’d hear it from my lips and now you will,” she said in the clip with her voice alone in its familiar soft-spoken tone. “This year: New music; new world tour; a new movement. I’ve been listening. Let’s keep the conversation going,” she adds.
Jackson’s last album entitled “Discipline” was released in 2009, and since becoming married to Qatari businessman Wissam Al Mana in 2012, the singer has done well with staying out of the spotlight.
Janet Jackson announced plans to release a new album and go on tour in 2015.
Tinashe, one of the hottest acts of 2015, grew up watching another singer-dancer make her mark.
“I remember my parents played a lot of Janet Jackson’s videos in the house,” she told Complex in an interview that was published Friday (May 15). “Those are my first memories of learning choreography for a music video.”
You can see some of that influence in her music videos, too. This year alone, Tinashe wowed us all with some of the year’s sexiest moves in her “All Hands On Deck” video.
Janet Jackson announced Friday that she’ll be debuting new music and embarking on a world tour in 2015.
“I promised you’d hear it from my lips and now you will. This year, new music, new world tour, a new movement. I’ve been listening. Let’s keep the conversation going,” Jackson says in the announcement video posted late Friday evening, a day before her 49th birthday.
The announcement comes less than one year after the 25th anniversary of the performer’s iconic Rhythm Nation 1814 album.
Since Jackson’s last studio album, 2008’s Discipline, was released, there has been much chatter about what’s next for the singer.
Just last month, Jackson cheekily responded to a fan’s missing persons flyer that had made its way around the web. Twitter user @myvelvetrope mocked up a poster declaring that Jackson was “missing” from the entertainment industry, and that “We NEED you back.” The image was shared by Jackson’s frequent collaborator Jimmy Jam, while the superstar responded: “LOL. Too funny, too sweet.”
Meanwhile, rumors about a comeback had been swirling, spurred on by an uncredited photo of upcoming releases purported that Jackson would have a new offering via Atlantic Records out in July. A rep for the label denied the image’s validity, confirming to several media outlets that Ms. Jackson would not be releasing an album with them this summer.
Days later, Styleite reported that Spotify had allegedly spilled the beans on a July 28 tour date at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Ariz., though the venue reportedly remained tight-lipped about its validity.
Most recently, Jackson’s official website shared an item from EST.1997 titled, “Is Janet Jackson Readying a Modern-Day Rhythm Nation?” pointing to the frequent use of #ConversationsinaCafe on social media.
Details on what the new music will be have yet to be revealed, though Jackson’s announcement tweet included the #ConversationsinaCafe hashtag. Perhaps a potential album title?