Janet Jackson .:. Feedback

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Feedback” is a song by American singer Janet Jackson. The R&B/dance-pop song was written by Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Dernst Emile, LaShawn Daniels, and Tasleema Yasin, and was produced by D’Mile and Jerkins. “Feedback” was released as the lead single from Jackson’s tenth studio album, Discipline. In December 2007, he song was announced as the lead single from the album.
“Feedback” has elements of three musical genres, which include Jackson’s staples of pop and R&B. The third genre, electro, along with robotic vocals described as “robo-vocals”, are rarely heard in Jackson’s prior music.Much like the music video, Jackson described the song as “a metaphor for sexual tension”, adding, “It’s a provocative conversation that invites openness in an area where so many of us are closed off. The song contains sexually-charged lyrics such as “something heavy like a first day period” and “Strum me like a guitar, blow out my amplifier”, and took up much of review coverage.
Jackson filmed the music video for “Feedback” with British director Saam Farahmand, and choreographer Gil Duldulao, Jr. In the video, Jackson was accompanied by 8 dancers, rehearsals took a week, and the video took two days to complete. The song also has more than a dozen official re-mixes.

Janet Jackson .:. All Nite (Don’t Stop)

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All Nite (Don’t Stop) from Janet Jackson is The third single from Janet Jackson‘s eighth studio album, Damita Jo (2004). The video was directed by Francis Lawrence (who also directed 2001’s “Someone to Call My Lover”). It was filmed at the El Dorado Hotel, an abandoned hotel in the Skid Row neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, during a Blackout.