Janet Jackson Returning With New Album
The full-length, which follows up 2008's Discipline, will be released under her new imprint Rhythm Nation, named for her 1989 album Rhythm Nation 1814.
While the details laid out on her website are scarce at the moment, Rhythm Nation was more fully explained. "At Rhythm Nation Janet plans to offer a home to both new and established recording artists," the statement reads.
Jackson's new label claims to make artists rights a priority. That means that "unlike a traditional record deal, under an artist services deal the artist retains ownership of their recordings and full oversight of all costs and revenues." Read more here.
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