Janet Jackson to Release First Album in 7 Years This Fall
NEW YORK - NOVEMBER 01: Janet Jackson performs during her "Rock Witchu Tour" at Madison Square Garden on November 1, 2008 in New York City. (Photo by Brad Barket/Getty Images)

Janet Jackson to Release First Album in 7 Years This Fall

BMG reported Wednesday that it will release Janet Jackson’s first album in seven years. BMG’s worldwide association with Jackson’s Rhythm Nation said it is wanting to reveal her so far untitled album this fall.


Jackson made her comeback plans known by means of Twitter May 16.

“Janet is not only an incomparable craftsman, she is an interesting social constrain whose work resounds the world over,” BMG CEO Hartwig Masuch said in an announcement. “It is an honor that she has picked BMG to release her hotly anticipated new album. We anticipate working together with her over every stage.”

Jackson, who’s sold more than 160 million albums around the world, is eager to start the following period of her vocation. “Much obliged to you to the gifted group at BMG, my new aesthetic home,” the “Affection Will never Do” artist said. “The chance to be inventive in music and each type of amusement has awesome potential here.”

Jon Cohen, EVP of Recorded Music at BMG Chrysalis US, anticipates working with Jackson as a major aspect of their new deal. “Janet is a social symbol and pop star like no other. The arrival of her hotly anticipated new album will without a doubt be one of the musical highlights of 2015. It is an honor to work with her.”

Zach Katz, Chief Creative Officer, BMG Chrysalis US, raved about Jackson, saying, “Janet’s rundown of accomplishments and achievements is really amazing. She is a worldwide artist whose profession has touched on practically every range of pop culture. Her new album will without a doubt have a critical effect. We anticipate working together with her and Mood Country to sustain another era of artists.”

Jackson released her last album, Order, in 2008.

Three of the “Escapade” artist’s albums Control, Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814 and janet.—are among the Top 100 certified albums, as per the RIAA. Moreover, Janet’s Rhythm Nation 1814 and The Velvet Rope albums were part of Rolling Stone‍ ’​s “500 Greatest Albums Ever” list in 2013.

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