Knowledge Identifier: +Janet_Jackson
In March 1969, the group signed a record deal with Motown, and by the end of the year they had recorded the first of four consecutive number one singles.
The Jackson 5's success allowed the family to move to the Encino neighborhood of Los Angeles in 1971, where they settled in a gated mansion called Hayvenhurst.
In 1973, at the age of seven, Jackson appeared on stage in Las Vegas Strip with her siblings in a routine show at the MGM Casino.
Rene Moore - During Rene & Angela's early years, Moore and Winbush were asked to produce songs for Janet Jackson's 1982 self-titled debut album, " Janet Jackson"
Whitney Houston - Also included on the album were four new songs: "Could I Have This Kiss Forever", "Same Script, Different Cast", "If I Told You That", and "Fine," and three hits that have never actually appeared on a Houston album: "One Moment in Time," "The Star Spangled Banner," and "If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful," a duet with Jermaine Jackson from his 1986 Precious Moments album.
Herb Alpert - In 1987, Alpert branched out successfully to the R&B world with the hit album "Keep Your Eye On Me", teaming up with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis on "Diamonds" and "Making Love In the Rain" featuring vocals by Janet Jackson and Lisa Keith
The release became the only album in history to produce number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100 in three separate calendar years"Miss You Much" in 1989, "Escapade" and "Black Cat" in 1990, and "Love Will Never Do" in 1991and the only album in the history of the Hot 100 to have seven top 5 hit singles.
Tokyo Dome - American star Janet Jackson Performed at the Dome in 1990, selling out 4 shows in 7 minutes, creating the record for the fastest sell out in the history of Tokyo Dome
Roger Davies (manager) - Davies was instrumental in the meteoric rise to fame of Janet Jackson in 1990, and her chart and touring dominance throughout that decade
Japan Airlines - During the 1990s, JAL featured several commercials with celebrities, including Janet Jackson who danced and sang to a backdrop of JAL 747s on rotation
Cab Calloway - In 1990, he was the focus of Janet Jackson's 1930s-themed music video "Alright", appearing as himself at the end.
In 1991, after being approached personally by Virgin Records owner Richard Branson, she signed a highly publicized multi-million dollar contract with the label.
Voe and Ralph Tresvant, for the Mo' Money film soundtrack.
Luther Vandross - In 1992, "The Best Things in Life Are Free", a duet with Janet Jackson from the movie "Mo' Money" became a hit
Janet Jackson featured on a 1993 cover of Rolling Stone with the hands of her-unknown husband Rene Elizondo, Jr. cupping her breasts.
In October 1995, Jackson's first compilation album, Design of a Decade 1986/1996, was released via AM Records.
Yvette Wilson - In addition, Wilson had a minor role in the 1995 comedy movie "Friday" as Smokey's blind date and appeared in films such as "Poetic Justice", starring Janet Jackson, and the film parody "Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood"
Alek Wek - She was signed to Ford Models in 1996 and was seen in the "Got 'Til It's Gone" music video by Janet Jackson that year
Vanessa-Mae - She appeared on the 1997 Janet Jackson album "The Velvet Rope" playing a violin solo on the song "Velvet Rope"
Des'ree - In 1998, Des'ree's hit, "Feel So High" was interpolated into the Janet Jackson song "Got 'Til It's Gone" from Jackson's CD "The Velvet Rope" without due credit to Des'ree as a contributor
As 1999 ended, Billboard magazine ranked Jackson as the second most successful artist of the decade, behind Mariah Carey.
In July 2000, Jackson appeared in her second film, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, as Professor Denise Gaines, opposite Eddie Murphy.
Jackson's All for You Tour began in July, 2001.
Carly Simon - In 2001, Simon performed on "Son of a Gun" with Janet Jackson on Jackson's album "All for You", which was released as a single and peaked at No. 28 on the "Billboard" Hot 100
Lena Horne - In 2003, ABC announced that Janet Jackson would star as Horne in a television biopic
For the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show in February 2004, Jackson performed a medley of her singles "All for You" and "Rhythm Nation"; she performed alongside Justin Timberlake.
Britney Jean - A report from ABC News Radio likened the usage of Spears' middle name in the album's title to being inspired by Janet Jackson's eighth studio album "Damita Jo", saying "taking a page from Janet Jackson's 2004 album, "Damita Jo", Britney Spears has combined her first and middle names -- Britney Jean -- to come up with the title"
Carmit Bachar - In 2004 she was a back-up dancer for Janet Jackson during the infamous Super Bowl half-time show
David Ritz - Ritz has taken part in several other albums by other artists, most notably Janet Jackson on her 2004 album "Damita Jo", on the interludes "Looking for Love" and "The One"
Candice Michelle - The commercial was a parody of the 2004 "wardrobe malfunction" in which Janet Jackson's right breast was exposed
Justin Timberlake - In February 2004, during the halftime show of the Super Bowl XXXVIII broadcast on the CBS television network, Timberlake performed with Janet Jackson before a television audience of more than 140 million viewers.
Lemmy - In 2005, he began recording an unreleased solo album titled "Lemmy & Friends", which was intended to include a collaboration with Janet Jackson
Regine Velasquez - The concert though was more pop in nature, high spirited, experimental and upbeat, following the trend of recent concerts by Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, and Christina Aguilera In 2005, Velasquez and singer Pops Fernandez performed a concert, "Queens On Fire", later taking it on an eight-city U.S. tour
Anna Nicole Smith - In March 2005, at the first MTV Australia Video Music *awards in Sydney's Luna Park, she spoofed Janet Jackson's wardrobe malfunction by pulling down her dress to reveal both breasts, each covered with the MTV logo
Daft Punk - The track "Daftendirekt" from Daft Punk's album "Homework" was sampled for the Janet Jackson song "So Much Betta" from her 2008 album "Discipline"
What Have You Done for Me Lately - In 2012, Mike Staver wrote in "Leadership Isn't For Cowards: How to Drive Performance by Challenging People" that "'What Have You Done for Me Lately-' is not just some old Janet Jackson song, but a regular tune sung by leaders every day"
In November 2014, Jackson was voted Queen of Pop by an poll conducted online by VH1.com
Katherine Jackson - She most recently appeared at the BET *awards 2015 with daughter Janet Jackson as Janet accepted the Ultimate Icon *award
Billboard 200 - As of the issue dated October 24, 2015, the number-one album on the "Billboard" 200 is "Unbreakable" by Janet Jackson
On March 30, 2018, Jackson was announced as the headliner of FYF Fest set to take place on July 21st and 22nd 2018 in Los_Angeles,_California