by Kimberly Hill
Janet Jackson is back with a new album and she's doing it all on her own. After an 18 year hiatus, Janet has come back strong and we can't get enough of it! With the release of this album, many people are wondering how she came up with such a bold idea to go solo after having such success as part of The Jacksons. In the interview below, Janet talks about why she decided to take time off from music in order to find herself and what lead her back into the spotlight again. We're excited for her comeback and eager to see how well received it will be by both her fans and critics alike. So grab your popcorn because you won't want to miss out on this one.
Isn't it funny that time flies? When I was a kid, I'd hear my mom say that all the time. Now here I am, and she's telling me to hurry up.
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We all know the phrase "time flies when you're having fun." But what does it really mean? In this blog post, we'll explore how time can behave differently depending on your perspective. From a first-person perspective, time is that which feels as though it's going by quickly. From a third-person perspective, time may feel as though it's moving slowly. We'll also look at how different types of activities affect one's perception of time and why some people find certain aspects of life to be more enjoyable than others.
"I was just thinking about how I still have a copy of Janet Jackson's hit single "Funny How Time Flies" on my iTunes from when it came out 16 years ago. In her new version, she has added an intro and extended the song to go over six minutes! The song is not as catchy as it used to be but at least I am getting more time with Janet."
The Janet Jackson time is coming up. What are you going to do? If you're like me, then the answer is "go out." I've got my outfit all picked out and everything. You can't go wrong with a white button-up shirt and some black pants. It's so perfect for this occasion! All of the best clubs will be open, so I'll hit one or two of those before it's time to head back home. And what better way to end the night than with an ice cream cone from Dairy Queen?
Janet Jackson's "This Time" is one of her best albums. The album was released in 2006 and it showed that Janet could still make pop music after changing genres to jazz for a while. This time, she brought back the old school dance moves with this release. The album features many collaborations from artists such as Akon, Missy Elliott, and Nelly Furtado. If you're looking for some feel good songs to listen to on your way home from work or just want something upbeat when you're house-cleaning in the morning, then this is the perfect CD for you!
It's been a year since we said goodbye to the music legend and it still feels like yesterday. In honor of Janet Jackson, let's take a look at some funny facts about her life! How long has it been? A whole year already? We can hardly believe that time flies so fast when you are having fun - but then again, no one had more fun than Janet Jackson. She was an absolute whirlwind who loved nothing better than to dance with all her might up on stage or in front of the camera lens. And what a show she put on for us over the past four decades-from "Control" (1986) which gave women across America permission to be strong and sexy while demanding
About Kimberly Hill
Now it is just me, Kimberly Hill living in New York city, N.Y.
Loves to blog about various aspects of life that matter most.
Received the BA degree in Art History from Stanford University of California.