Janet Jackson Reveals More Details For New Album 'Unbreakable'
According to a press release issued today, Thursday (Sept. 3), Unbreakable will be dropping Oct. 2 for wide release, with pre-orders starting at 7 pm tonight. The track listing includes just two features: J Cole and Missy Elliott (see below).
The release also listed a few of the themes that will be included in Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis produced album. "Themes will include, Janet's views on where we stand today as individuals and as the inter-related elements of a planet. Some of these relate to her convictions passionately expressed in Rhythm Nation 1814, including the need to bring things out in the open and to have a dialogue. The album also will mark the first time Janet Jackson has opened up about her brother Michael and with reflections concerning her youth. Inherent in this music will be her feeling that we must learn to celebrate life and the things each of us experiences and endures and how that process can make each person stronger. The Album, she assures her fans, contains messages and observations throughout, that are based on the fact that Janet Jackson has lived a lot of life."
Keeping consistent with her social media campaign, in which she engages her fans, Jackson took to Instagram early morning ahead of the release. She shared her album art and a message to the Janet fans who were asking for her to share more information about her project. See the posts and the tracklisting here.
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