Janet Jackson reveals the artwork and tracklisting for her new album Unbreakable
Janet Jackson has confirmed the release date for her new album Unbreakable... and it's just a few weeks away!
The superstar will release Unbreakable - her first album in seven years - worldwide on October 3. Fans are able to pre-order the album from today (September 3). Check out the artwork and tracklisting below, which includes a collaboration with Missy Elliot.
2. Burnitup! (Feat. Missy Elliott)
3. Dammn Baby
4. The Great Forever
5. Shoulda Known Better
6. After You Fall
7. Broken Hearts Heal
9. No Sleeep (Feat. J Cole)
10. Dream Maker/ Euphoria
11. 2 B Loved
12. Take Me Away
14. Lessons Learned
15. Black Eagle
17. Well Traveled
18. Gon B Alright
The record sees Janet team back up with her former collaborators Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, who worked on her acclaimed records The Velvet Rope (1997), Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989) and Control, which celebrates its 30th anniversary.
"It’s wonderful to be creating again with Janet," Jimmy and Terry said. "From songwriting, producing, arranging, singing, dancing, acting, she deftly does it all and truly personifies the word artist.
"Unbreakable is a gift to all of her fans who have steadfastly stood by her. It is a subject for conversation, a plea for compassion, and a call for action from someone who’s come a long way, but’s got a long way to go, and has much to say about it. In other words, if you want to know what’s on her mind you only have to listen.”
Jon Cohen, EVP Recorded Music at BMG US/Vagrant Music added: “It is truly a joyous occasion to have Janet’s record in hand and on the schedule. This amazing body of work reflects not only the timeless brilliance of Janet’s artistry, but a much awaited reunion between Ms. Jackson and the talented duo of Jam & Lewis.
"Working with Team Janet is a pleasure every day, and BMG is honored to be welcomed into this loving family."
To date, Janet has 38 Top 40 hits and nine Top 40 albums on the Official Chart. Click here to see her full, week-by-week UK chart history.
Listen to the album's title track Unbreakable below: