Monday, September 14, 2009

A free Janet Jackson download

Janet Jackson last night used Twitter to point her fans to a FREE MP3.

Click here to hear “Make Me” on my Vox blog. To download it, follow this link.


Geneva Girl said...

She looks terrific, but that worries me. All of the ups and downs with her weight is not healthy; too stressful on her heart. I fear that she could become another Luther.

donnie490 said...

The dancing at the VMA's was cool, but I'm really tired of Janet lip-synching. I'm glad she did a tribute but I like Latoya's song Home tribute better. Latoya's vocals are much better and she is the only one with any personality in the family and she was the first there at the hospital, signed the death certificate, and planned the memorial, and has since promoted Michael's charities. Janet went right back to work on Tyler Perry's movie and back in the studio to record yet another sex song just after her brother's death. Sad, Sad, Sad.

neptune said...

Okay...Janet is now officially "trying too hard". She looks good but come on, now she's got to be practically naked to sell records?

About the song, is it me or do parts of it sound a lot like a speeded up version GQ's Disco Nights?

Undercover Black Man said...

^ I hear what you're talking about, neptune.

bklyn6 said...

She looks good but come on, now she's got to be practically naked to sell records?

Funny. But, I was trying to figure out what she was selling. Nice abs, though.

I don't own a single JJ record. :-/

KST said...

That pic cannot be recent, looks like it was taken circa '93? VMA JJ did not look like this.

As for the comparison between the way LaToya and Janet are handling their brother's death? Not cool. Some people go back to work right away. Your point is?

Again, the pic looks like it was taken during the "Janet" album period.

Anonymous said...

The pic was taken during JJ's 2006 album, "20 Y.O."

Judging someone on how they grieve is not only ignorant but misguided. Everyone doesn't cry, mope and scream "TAKE ME NOW!!" for the rest of their life after a loved one passes on.