Janet Xone: July 2006


Monday, July 31, 2006

Video of Janet's appearance on 106 and Park
Posted on 7/31/2006 09:53:00 PM ET
Janet's appearance on 106 and Park today can be found below in three parts.

Part One:

Part Two:

Congratulations to JANFAN4L from the Janet Xone forum for getting to chat with Janet and ask a question. Enjoy your newfound Xone celebrity status!

Part Three:

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German 'Call On Me' single release date moved
Posted on 7/31/2006 03:47:00 PM ET
The release date for the German "Call On Me" CD single has been moved from August 25 to September 1, according to EMI Germany. The tracklisting is currently unknown.

[Thanks Mario]
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New Full Phat remix of 'Call On Me'
Posted on 7/31/2006 12:07:00 PM ET
EMI/Virgin Taiwan is reporting that there is a new remix of "Call On Me" titled "Full Phat Urban Mix."

Full Phat have created remixes for artists such as Lindsay Lohan, Usher, Ashanti, Mary J. Blige, Outkast, The Rolling Stones, and Christina Milian. This is their first time remixing for Janet.

This remix is in addition to the three club mixes of the song done by Tony Moran.

[Special thanks to Willy]
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Janet officially changes title of new album to '20 Y.O.'
Posted on 7/31/2006 10:38:00 AM ET
In an announcement made via press release this morning, Janet has officially changed the title of her upcoming album to "20 Y.O."

The full press release appears below:

Janet Jackson Changes Title of New Album

CD Hitting Stores on September 26th Now to Be Titled '20 Y.O.'

NEW YORK, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Janet Jackson has decided to change the title of her upcoming album from "20 Years Old" to "20 Y.O." at the suggestion of fans participating in an album cover design contest the R&B superstar is holding on Yahoo! Music.

On July 17th, Janet -- in conjunction with Yahoo! -- launched "Design Me" ( in which fans were able to download and "remix" images of the singer to come up with their own album covers. Four winners are to have their designs grace the first one million copies of Janet's new album. When several fans submitted designs with covers that read "20 Y.O." instead of "20 Years Old," Janet liked it so much, she decided to officially change the album's title. The CD hits stores on September 26th.

The design competition has stirred up anticipation for the music icon's new album, which executive producer Jermaine Dupri promises will "blow a new generation of minds" as it marks the anniversary of Janet's career-making 1986 album, Control. Janet has re-teamed with her original collaborators, legendary hit-makers Jimmy "Jam" Harris and Terry Lewis, and Grammy-Award winner Dupri to create a dynamic production trio. "20 Y.O." has been described as a celebration of what was going on musically back in the day when Control was released.

The first single from 20 Y.O. is the breezy, laid-back "Call Me," featuring St. Louis hip-hop star Nelly, which hit radio on June 19th and has already cracked the Top 40 pop chart and is a Top 15 track at urban radio. The video, shot by noted director Hype Williams, premiered on BET's "Access Granted" on July 26th. The video is also an AOL exclusive and in rotation at VH1, VH1 Soul Spotlight and MTV Hits.

Source: Virgin Records America

Source: "Janet Jackson Changes Title of New Album." Virgin Records America. Press Release. 31, July 2006.
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Janet discusses sex life in new Essence
Posted on 7/31/2006 10:22:00 AM ET
Janet reveals in the upcoming issue of Essence Magazine that her and Jermaine Dupri are perfect sexual partners, Contact Music reports.

"I feel like I finally met my match," she tells the magazine, which hits newsstands soon and features Janet on the cover. "In relationships it was always the guy telling me, 'OK, hold on, wait a minute.' I'd ask my girlfriends, 'Aren't we supposed to be the ones who say, 'Wait, not tonight, I have a headache?'' This happened through two [marriages] for me. I thought, 'Something's not right here.' But with Jermaine, I don't have to say anything; he knows I'm ready. Any time, any place."

Source: "Jackson and Dupri are perfect sexual partners." Contact Music. 30, July 2006.
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Friday, July 28, 2006

Official '20 Years Old' album cover
Posted on 7/28/2006 09:08:00 PM ET
Posted below is an image of the official album cover for "20 Years Old" as was posted today on

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Johnta Austin co-wrote several tracks on '20 Years Old'
Posted on 7/28/2006 05:04:00 PM ET
Johnta Austin has co-written "several" tracks that will appear on "20 Years Old," according to an article about Austin on
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Thursday, July 27, 2006

JD confirms 'So Excited' as second single
Posted on 7/27/2006 08:59:00 AM ET
In a posting very early this morning on Janet's official website, Jermaine Dupri announced the decision was made last night to have "So Excited" be the second single off of "20 Years Old."

"We decided tonight that 'So Excited' is the next single 'cause I know how bad y'all wanna see Miss Jackson dance," he said on the website's message board.
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Billboard update for week ending August 5, 2006
Posted on 7/27/2006 07:11:00 AM ET
The following list represents the Billboard positions for "Call On Me" on each of the singles charts for the week ending August 5, 2006. These numbers reflect a spike in the song's performance due to its first week after being sold as a digital single exclusively at the iTunes Music Store.

"Call On Me":
Hot 100: 63 to 25*
Hot 100 Airplay: 26 to 24*
Pop 100: 78 to 33*
Pop 100 Airplay: 37 to 38
Hot Digital Tracks: Debuts at 23*
Hot Digital Songs: Debuts at 26*
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks: 15 to 14*
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay: 15 to 14*
Rhythmic Top 40: 22 to 21

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Wednesday, July 26, 2006

World premiere of 'Call On Me' video
Posted on 7/26/2006 08:46:00 PM ET
Posted below is a video of the premiere of the "Call On Me" video as it aired tonight on BET's Access Granted:

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Photos of Janet at Berlin photo-call
Posted on 7/26/2006 09:50:00 AM ET
The photos of Janet seen below were taken earlier today at a photo-call in Berlin, Germany. She is currently in Berlin on a press tour to promote her new album.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Access Hollywood airs interview from set of 'Call On Me'
Posted on 7/25/2006 08:19:00 PM ET
Access Hollywood tonight aired a new interview with Janet from the set of the "Call On Me" music video. A video recording of this interview can be streamed below:

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Extra airs more footage of interview from set of 'Call On Me'
Posted on 7/25/2006 08:06:00 PM ET
Entertainment news program Extra has put up a video on their website of the interview they had on the set of the "Call On Me" video last month.

Portions of this interview aired on Extra previously, but the new video on their website is a slightly extended version. The video can also be seen below:

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JD leaves a note from London with more promo info
Posted on 7/25/2006 11:29:00 AM ET
While Janet and Jermaine Dupri are in London on a promotional tour, Dupri left a quick note for fans on Janet's official website with more details about the promotional push for Janet's upcoming album.

The "Call On Me" video will premiere in Canada on Thursday on both MuchMusic and CTV.

In the United States, Janet will soon be appearing on the following magazine covers: Vibe, Giant, W, FHM, Jezebel, Ok, Ebony, King, Sophisticates Black Hair, MovieLine/Hollywood Life, Hype Hair, Men's Fitness, Unleashed, Upscale, 944, Out, and In Touch. They will all hit stores before the album's late-September release date.

Also, Janet's second single will be posted on both Janet and JD's MySpace profiles on August 17. It had previously been rumored that "So Excited" would be the second single from Janet's new album, and rapper Khia repeated those rumors in several recent interviews, however last month Jermaine indicated in a posting on Janet's official website that the choice for the second single actually had not been finalized yet.
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Nelly says family 'flipped out' over duet with Janet
Posted on 7/25/2006 09:56:00 AM ET
Nelly says that working with Janet has become a "dream come true" in a new interview on

The rapper says his family was especially excited when it heard about his duet with Janet. "My family flipped out," he said. "They're definitely fans of the Jacksons. I grew up singing Jackson Five songs. My uncle put a little band together with all the kids, and I used to have to be Mike. This was a long time ago."

In describing the recording process, Nelly was glad to be a lot more involved in the collaboration than most artists do.

"I wanted to do something different. I just don't want to be, 'You do the song and I put the 16 [bars] on the end, or eight bars on the front,'" he explained. "With Janet, we went in, wrote the song out. It's not like they had the song done and said, 'Nelly, put your thing on it.' I'm happy it went that way because I feel more of a part of it. You can't take me off and still have a song."
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Monday, July 24, 2006

Video of Janet's visit to Atlanta
Posted on 7/24/2006 04:58:00 PM ET
Video clips of Janet's press junket in Atlanta last week, as well as a short sit down interview with Janet, can be streamed on the USA Today website.
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Photos from 'Call On Me' video shoot
Posted on 7/24/2006 02:24:00 PM ET
A set of 52 photos from the video shoot for "Call On Me" have been posted on A selection of those photos are seen below:

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Win the chance to meet Janet in Germany
Posted on 7/24/2006 11:22:00 AM ET
German fans have the chance to win tickets to a meet & greet with Janet in Berlin at the Schlosshotel Grunewald hotel on Wednesday, July 26.

Fans who would like to enter the contest should e-mail their name, address and phone number to Note: Travel is not included, fans must be in the Berlin area to attend.

German fans are encouraged to come to Schlosshotel Grunewald to show support for Janet. The address for Schlosshotel Grunewald is:

Brahmstrasse 10
14193 Berlin

[Special thanks]
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Photo of Janet arriving at Capitol FM in London
Posted on 7/24/2006 10:59:00 AM ET
The photo seen below is of Janet arriving at the Capitol FM studios in London earlier today.

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Tony Moran remixes of 'Call On Me'
Posted on 7/24/2006 10:51:00 AM ET
DJ Tony Moran has submitted three different versions of his remix for "Call On Me":

- Extended Club Mix
- Extended Dub
- Radio Edit

These three versions are the only known official remixes of "Call On Me" at this time. No remixes of the song have yet been officially released in any format.
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Entertainment Tonight to go behind-the-scenes of 'Call On Me'
Posted on 7/24/2006 09:33:00 AM ET
Entertainment Tonight will air footage from behind-the-scenes of the video shoot for "Call On Me" on the Wednesday, July 26, episode of their entertainment news program.

Check local listings for the time and channel Entertainment Tonight airs in your area.

As was previously reported, the full "Call On Me" video will premiere during an episode of BET's Access Granted, which also airs on July 26 at 8PM ET.
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'20 Years Old' album has been completed
Posted on 7/24/2006 02:07:00 AM ET
The '20 Years Old' album has been completed, a source working on the project has informed Janet|Xone.

All songs have been recorded, chosen, and mixed as of July 22.

To quote the source: "I looooooove the album!"
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Sunday, July 23, 2006

Janet reportedly writing book with trainer about weight loss
Posted on 7/23/2006 11:07:00 PM ET
Janet is reportedly writing a book about weight loss with her trainer Tony Martinez, according to a source who interviewed Janet on Friday for CNN Headline News.

The interview will air on the CNN Headline News show Robin and Company starting Monday morning at five minutes to every hour. Robin and Company begins at 6AM ET.

[Special thanks to Joel]
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Janet to have reality show on MySpace
Posted on 7/23/2006 11:01:00 PM ET
Jermaine Dupri has revealed on Janet's official website that Janet will have her own reality show on her profile beginning in a couple of weeks.

The reality show will follow Janet's day-to-day life and will only be able to be viewed on MySpace.
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Saturday, July 22, 2006

EMI Germany releases '20 Years Old' press sheet
Posted on 7/22/2006 12:57:00 PM ET
EMI Germany has released the following press sheet regarding Janet's upcoming album, "20 Years Old."

Song titles listed in the sheet are "Call On Me," "So Excited," "With You," "Get It Out Me," "Stuck Inside The Groove," "Love 2 Love," "Daybreak," "Enjoy," "Take Care," and "Do It To Me."

Janet, "20 Years Old"
EMI/Virgin Germany press sheet

"The idea is simple,' says Janet. "The idea is about looking forward, even as we look back."

"Twenty years ago," Janet explains, "Control was released. That's the moment when I made an artistic commitment to express just what I was feeling. These twenty years are the story of that artist growing up - changing, celebrating, hurting, healing, but always revealing my innermost soul. Now I'm celebrating those twenty years by pushing the envelope further. I'm moving in a new direction, a direction that embraces and builds on everything I've done in the past."

"I like to think that my future and my past meet in my present," Janet adds. "They merge to make me who I am. For half of my forty years on the planet, I've been an independent artist. For good or bad, I've made my own choices. That's a beautiful blessing. And this is a beautiful moment to consider where I've been, where I'm going and, most of all, where I am now."

In 1986, Janet Jackson exploded on the international pop music scene, enlisting Jimmy Jam/Terry Lewis to help her gain Control. As a child and teen actress, she acted in a variety of sitcoms and TV dramas. Her dad managed her, and her first two albums, recorded in the early Eighties, reflected other people's vision of whom she should be.

In 1986, everything changed. She went to Minneapolis, co wrote with Jam and Lewis, and put her life in her songs. She emerged with an identity all her own--"Miss Jackson, if you are nasty," a spunky funky high-spirited force of nature: a seductive singer, an innovative dancer and a knock-out entertainer. The record went through the roof. And Janet's videos became the industry gold standard.

Three years later, Rhythm Nation upped the ante. Adding to Janet's feisty independence was something new: a fierce social conscience that addressed the issues of racism and societal intolerance. Janet laid it on the line, and the response was spectacular. The album produced a slew of #1 hits. She dominated the Grammys. And her Rhythm Nation tour, the first of her career, set box office records around the world. Her superstardom was firmly established.

The Nineties belonged to Janet. Her first record of the decade, Janet, widened her musical aesthetic to include the exploration of deep and lyrical sensuality. A Rolling Stone cover photograph quickly earned iconic status. With its wall-to-wall hits, Janet became the biggest record of her career. "Again," a #1 single from the album, was nominated for a Golden Globe and Academy Award.

Later in the Nineties, the Velvet Rope became the most introspective. Another runaway smash, it was time for Janet to fearlessly take her fans behind the Velvet Rope of her private thoughts, dreams and desires.

The new century produced two platinum-selling successes: All For You and Damita Jo, bold ventures into her unique style of autobiographical storytelling.

Six serious suites of songs over the span of twenty years. And that's not counting Janet's foray into films: her appearance with Tupac Shakur in Poetic Justice (1993) and Eddie Murphy in Nutty Professor 2 (1999).

"I'm proud that for twenty years people have responded to my work," Janet says reflectively. "I'm proud to have stayed in the game and survived. And I'm proud that I've remained true to myself. But if you go back and listen to the music, you'll hear how that self is always changing. And now the changes are probably more profound than ever."

The biggest change is that Twenty Years Old is no longer solely a Janet/Jam-and- Lewis production. For the first time in two decades, a new producer has joined forces with the famous team.

Enter Jermaine Dupri.

Janet doesn't mince words. "Jermaine is my soul mate, the love of my life and an incredibly gifted man. I've never felt so connected to anyone."

Like Janet, Jermaine was a child prodigy. At 14, he was already a successful performer/producer/writer. The acts he brought to prominence - Kris Kross, Da Brat, TLC, Usher, Mariah Carey, Bow Wow to name a few - have changed the course of pop music. Today he lords over Virgin's super-successful landscape of urban music and is among the most sought-after music minds in the world. He's considered the modern day Quincy Jones.

"Jimmy, Terry and I have been an established team for twenty years," says Janet, giving another meaning to the title of her current release. "Jermaine's attitude was, 'If it isn't broken, don't fix it.' He respected the magical rapport I had with Jam and Lewis. But he also felt he could add a new dimension to the dynamic. I felt that too."

What is that new dimension?

"It's something you feel rather than explain," Janet says. "It's an edge, an attitude, an exciting vibe that's assertive. It's about taking charge. It says, 'Here I am. I'm coming on. Musically, I have it. You want it. And I'm giving it to you."

What Janet gives us in Twenty Years Old is the extraordinary range of her talent. As she has done for the past two decades, she not only co wrote the songs but co produced the record as well.

The first single, "Call On Me," crafted with the irrepressible Nelly, is already a smash hit.

"'Call On Me,'" Janet explains, "symbolizes the Twenty Years Old concept. It contains elements of the past - a Jam and Lewis melody from the old-school SOS song 'Show Me' - together with Jermaine's brilliant beats. And of course Nelly is wonderful. I also love the message: Find the right love and never let him go."

Janet views "With You" as another simultaneous look forward and back. "'With You' reminds me of 'Let's Wait Awhile,'" she says, referring to the hit from Control in which intimacy is provocatively postponed. "Now, though, the act has happened and the result is romantic confusion," adds Janet. "Romantic confusion can be painful, but it also makes for rich musical material. Like everyone, I've had my share of romantic confusion. The key, though, is to turn confusion to creativity. The key is to move ahead."

Twenty Years Old moves ahead, even as it borrows from hip hop pioneer Afrika Bambaataa in "Get It Out Me," a song that, according to Janet, deals directly with freakery.

"The freak within," she explains, "must find a way out. The kind of music I like - the kind of music I love to make - taps into that magical motion from fear to freedom. Breaking chains. Loosening inhibitions. Melting doubts. Embracing life."

"John Mayer, one of my favorite new artists, is sampled on 'Stuck Inside the Groove,' a song that still sticks with me like a mantra, a dancing meditation on sensuality."

"Although these jams feel fresh," says Janet, "I keep hearing echoes of my past: 'Love 2 Love' takes me back to 'Velvet Rope.'

"'Daybreak' takes me back to 'Escapade.' It also takes me back to my teen years when I was still living at home with my parents. I'd sneak out at night to see my boyfriend and wouldn't come back till daybreak. Those early memories still carry heat. They glow with the brightness of young life and new adventures. I still feel the fire burning.

"'Enjoy' is a song that reminds me to enjoy the moment and live in the Now. Tomorrow isn't promised. All we have is today. Friends have called 'Enjoy' Classic Janet.

"They've said the same about 'Take Care,' a story about missing that special someone and realizing that self-pleasure can be a creative and powerful release.

'Do It To Me' is the flip side of the same coin, where pleasure is a two-way street and desire is expressed openly, with neither hesitancy nor shame."

"'So Excited' is how I feel about this entire project," Janet says in her quietly enthusiastic way. "I'm excited that Jimmy and Terry and I have worked together for so long and so well. I'm excited that Jermaine, who is my heart, has added his own genius to the mix. I'm excited to mark an anniversary of an artistic career that has been my life and my joy. And I'm excited - and so lucky - to have fans whose devotion has sustained me over two amazing decades."

Looking back, looking ahead and looking at today, how does Janet view the differences between Control and Twenty Years Old?

"The one difference," she's quick to say, "is that now I know I am not in control. God is. When I was young and eager to grab the reins, I naively thought control could be attained through willpower. I believed we could determine our own destinies. Life has taught me otherwise. I still believe we can determine our destinies, but only through God. Only with God. It's faith that gets us through, and faith that sustains us. These twenty years have been beautiful because my faith has grown. There have been triumphs and heartaches, victories and losses and every sort of challenge. No matter what path any of us take, there are bumps in the road - sometimes potholes, sometimes even sinkholes. But we don't have to sink, we don't have to fall off course if our faith is strong. It comes down this: Believe in the God of love and, no matter the circumstance, God will see you through."

"So twenty years after Control," Janet concludes, "I've turned control over to the invisible source of all creation, the One whose energy is endless."

Single, "Call On Me" - 25.08.2006 (Germany)
Album, "20 Years Old" - 22.09.2006 (Germany)

[Special thanks Janet-Online]
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Pictures & audio from Hot 99.5 DC interview
Posted on 7/22/2006 08:27:00 AM ET
Pictures and an audio podcast from Janet's interview with Teapot Tim's Hot 99.5 in Washington DC on Thursday, which aired on Friday, can be downloaded from the Hot 99.5 website. Most will agree that the interview was one of the most amusing of her recent radio tour.

Pictures | Audio (MP3)
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Fan club's UK 'meet & greet' ticket giveaway
Posted on 7/22/2006 08:19:00 AM ET
The Miss Janet fanclub is giving tickets away for a "meet & greet" with Janet in London this upcoming Monday.

If you would like to be part of this, sent the Miss Janet Fanclub an e-mail. The winner will be e-mailed with further details.

Please include the following in your mail:

Subject: Meet&Greet London.
Email address:
Phone number:
IM or MSN nick name:
Nick names you use on the Janet messageboards:
Miss Janet ID number (if available):

Sent this information as soon as possible to They will contact the winners only. Please only respond to this if you are in London on Monday.
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AP article on Janet's Atlanta press junket
Posted on 7/22/2006 07:46:00 AM ET
The Associated Press has a quick summary about Janet's press junket in Atlanta yesterday.

The only new details revealed in this article is an answer that Janet gave to an inquiry about whether this album would contain the same type of sexual material as on past albums. "I enjoy talking about it," she replied. "It shouldn't be any different from before."

Source: "Love Gives Janet a New Perspective on Life." Associated Press. 22, July 2006.
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Friday, July 21, 2006

'Call On Me' sneak preview from BET
Posted on 7/21/2006 07:38:00 PM ET
Here is a sneak preview of Janet's "Call On Me" video, as featured today on BET's 106 & Park.

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Photos of Janet at Atlanta press junket
Posted on 7/21/2006 04:57:00 PM ET
Posted below are AP photos of Janet at her press junket this afternoon at the Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta.

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Video of Janet's interview on V-103 in Atlanta
Posted on 7/21/2006 04:50:00 PM ET
Two videos of Janet's interview with Ryan Cameron on V-103 in Atlanta this afternoon can be streamed on the V-103 website.

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Fox 5 video of Janet in Washington DC
Posted on 7/21/2006 04:23:00 PM ET
Washington DC news station Fox 5 has video of Janet's DC press junket yesterday available to stream on their website.
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UK fans: Win a chance to meet Janet on Monday
Posted on 7/21/2006 02:22:00 PM ET
RWD, the UK's biggest urban music and lifestyle magazine, is giving three lucky people the opportunity to meet Janet while she visits the United Kingdom next week.

Winners will get to meet Janet on Monday, listen to exclusive tracks from her new album in a secret location, and watch the new video for "Call On Me."

To enter, UK fans must visit the RWD website and answer one simple question by July 24.
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Washington Blade confirms 'Clap Your Hands' song title
Posted on 7/21/2006 02:14:00 PM ET
The Washington Blade has confirmed earlier reports that Janet said at her DC press junket yesterday that one of her new song titles will be "Clap Your Hands."

The newspaper reports that when Janet was asked which song from "20 Years Old" will be the next big club anthem, Janet replied: "If I get my way, and I always do, it'll be a song called 'Clap Your Hands.'"

Confirmed new song titles so far are: "Call On Me," "So Excited," "Stuck Inside The Groove," "This Body," "Enjoy," "With U," and "Clap Your Hands." It is unknown whether all of these songs will appear on the new album.

"'Clap your hands' for Janet." Washington Blade. 21 July, 2006.
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Janet to appear on Oprah September 26
Posted on 7/21/2006 01:45:00 PM ET
Jermaine Dupri has confirmed rumors that Janet will be interviewed on Oprah on September 26, according to a post he made this afternoon on Janet's official website.

September 26 is also the scheduled US release date for "20 Years Old."
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More photos from the 'Call On Me' video set
Posted on 7/21/2006 10:14:00 AM ET
The photos seen below from the set of the "Call On Me" video appear in the latest issue of In Touch Weekly:

[Special thanks to nextjj in the JX forum]
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Additional press junket information
Posted on 7/21/2006 09:34:00 AM ET
While in Washington DC yesterday, Janet also did interviews with XM satellite radio, which should air throughout the day on XM radio.

Also, according to a post by Jermaine Dupri on Janet's official website, Janet will be in Atlanta today and will be on V103 at 12:30 PM, and then on Hot 107.9 at 1:45 PM ET. Then later this afternoon she will have another press junket for other local Atlanta media outlets.

UPDATE: JD has made a couple of corrections to his original post. Janet will be on Hot 107.9 at 1PM, and she will be on V103 at 2PM. Then she is having another press junket at 3PM at the Four Seasons in Atlanta.
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Washington Post article on Janet's DC press junket
Posted on 7/21/2006 07:55:00 AM ET
An article and photo from Janet's press junket in Washington DC yesterday appears in today's edition of the Washington Post and can be read on their website.

"Janet Bares Belly, Not Soul." Washington Post. 21 July, 2006.
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Khia talks about Janet to Spate Magazine
Posted on 7/21/2006 07:53:00 AM ET
In the latest issue of Spate Magazine, rapper Khia made the following comments about Janet:

"I'm working with Janet Jackson on her new album. I actually have the second single off of her new album. The song is called 'So Excited.' She was a pleasure to work with and her personality is really cool."
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Janet in DC, reveals new song title 'Clap Your Hands' to fan
Posted on 7/21/2006 01:42:00 AM ET
Janet was in Washington D.C. Thursday for a round of press junkets and meet-and-greet sessions to promote her new album, "20 Years Old' and the first single 'Call On Me'.

While meeting with fan "balt1" from the Janet Xone forum, Janet revealed that one "club banging song" off of her new album will be titled "Clap Your Hands."

There is no official confirmation for Virgin Records that such a song will be included on the album.

Photos from the Washington DC press junket can be seen below:

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Thursday, July 20, 2006

106 & Park to show clip of 'Call On Me' video Friday
Posted on 7/20/2006 09:19:00 AM ET
BET's 106 & Park will air a clip of the "Call On Me" video on its Friday episode, according to a post made by JD on Janet's official website. 106 & Park airs on BET at 6PM ET/PT.

As was previously reported, the full video will premiere during an episode of BET's Access Granted on Wednesday, July 26 at 7:30 PM ET/PT. Commercials for Access Granted will begin airing on BET tomorrow.
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Billboard update for week ending July 29, 2006
Posted on 7/20/2006 09:09:00 AM ET
The following list represents the Billboard positions for "Call On Me" on each of the singles charts for the week ending July 29, 2006. These numbers reflect the song's chart position based on airplay only. Beginning on next week's charts, sales from digital downloads on iTunes will be included in its chart position as well.

"Call On Me":
Hot 100: 60 to 63*
Hot 100 Airplay: 29 to 26*
Pop 100: 70 to 78
Pop 100 Airplay: 35 to 37
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks: 16 to 15*
Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay: 16 to 15*
Rhythmic Top 40: 23 to 22*

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Wednesday, July 19, 2006

'Call On Me' video shoot photo spread in Us Weekly
Posted on 7/19/2006 10:28:00 PM ET
The July 31 issue of Us Weekly Magazine features a two page spread of never-before-seen photos from the "Call On Me" video. As was previously reported, the video debuts July 26.

Scans of the two-page photo spread appear below:

[Special thanks to Coconut in the JX forum]
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Schedule for promotional junkets across the US
Posted on 7/19/2006 08:26:00 PM ET
Janet's US press junket schedule is as listed below. She will be visiting these various listed cities and will be meeting with multiple local press and radio outlets as well as doing "invitation only" meet and greets on these dates.

July 20: Washington DC
July 21: Atlanta
August 2: Chicago

Janet is also scheduled to do press in Europe during the last week of July, however that schedule is currently unknown.
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'Call On Me' promo CD information
Posted on 7/19/2006 08:21:00 PM ET
A "Call On Me" promotional CD has been released by Virgin Records. This is the first known pressing of the song. Previously, the song was only released for promotional purposes in digital format.

Call On Me - promo CD
1. Album Mix
2. Extended Album Mix
3. Album Instrumental

[Special thanks to JanCollector in the JX forum]
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FEBRUARY.15.2011 [book]
Janet's book True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself released in US & Canada



Manila, Phillipines PICC Plenary Hall [TICKETS]

Singapore, Singapore Indoor Stadium [TICKETS]

Jakarta, Plenary Hall Convention Center [TICKETS]

Hong Kong, Convention and Exposition Centre [TICKETS]

Taipei, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center [TICKETS]


Hidalgo, TX, State Farm Arena [TICKETS]

Houston, TX, RodeoHouston Festival [TICKETS]

Chicago, IL, The Chicago Theater [TICKETS]

Chicago, IL, The Chicago Theater [TICKETS]

Chicago, IL, The Chicago Theater [TICKETS]

Toronto, ON, Canada, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts [TICKETS]

Toronto, ON, Canada, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts [TICKETS]

Boston, MA, Wang Theatre [TICKETS]

Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena [TICKETS]

New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall [TICKETS]

New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall [TICKETS]

New York, NY, Radio City Music Hall [TICKETS]

Washington, DC, DAR Constitution Hall [TICKETS]

Washington, DC, DAR Constitution Hall [TICKETS]

Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata Spa & Resort Event Center [TICKETS]

Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata Spa & Resort Event Center [TICKETS]

Atlanta, GA, Fox Theatre [TICKETS]

St. Louis, MO, Fox Theatre [TICKETS]

Grand Prarie, TX, Verizon Theatre [TICKETS]

Austin, TX, Austin City Limits @ Moody Theater [TICKETS]

Omaha, NE, Quest Center [TICKETS]

Denver, CO, Wells Fargo Theatre [TICKETS]

Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre [TICKETS]

Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl [TICKETS]

Los Angeles, CA, Gibson Theatre [TICKETS]

Los Angeles, CA, Gibson Theatre [TICKETS]

Los Angeles, CA, Gibson Theatre [TICKETS]

San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium [TICKETS]

San Francisco, CA, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium [TICKETS]

Las Vegas, NV, Ceasars Palace [TICKETS]

Las Vegas, NV, Ceasars Palace [TICKETS]


[book] True You: A Journey to Finding and Loving Yourself by Janet Jackson

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[dvd] Why Did I Get Married Too? [dvd - widescreen]

[dvd] Why Did I Get Married Too? [dvd - full screen]

[blu-ray] Why Did I Get Married Too? [blu-ray]

[cd] Number Ones - Icon

[album] Why Did I Get Married Too? [soundtrack]

[download] Nothing [digital download]

[album] Number Ones [U.S. edition]

[album] Discipline [U.S. standard edition]

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[dvd] Why Did I Get Married? [Widescreen]

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[dvd] Good Times: The Complete Sixth Season

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