Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee debuted their new song “Made For Now” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Friday night and the video is going viral. At 52-years-old, Janet showed that not only does she still slay, she knows how to take control.
Fan response was fast and within several hours the video began trending on social media platforms.
The song “Made For Now” is getting great reviews from fans who have missed Jackson’s originality and voice. Featuring an African flair and strong reggae beat, Jackson dazzled in bright prints while she reminded everyone what made her a superstar.
The official video debuted one day ago and climbed YouTube’s trending charts. By Saturday morning, the video was #2 on trending and had more than 3,000,000 views.
You may watch Janet Jackson’s and Daddy Yankee’s performance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” in the video below.
Jimmy Fallon introduced Janet Jackson as one of the best-selling artists of all time and it didn’t take long for the crowd to erupt into applause as Jackson appeared sitting in a large chair on stage.
Jackson showed off her dance moves while leaving little doubt that her new single is off to a stunning success.
Fans responded by describing Janet Jackson as a legend, a queen, and an icon.
There was little question that hearing Janet’s vocals brought many to remember her brother Michael Jackson.
Some pointed out the similarities between Janet’s and Michael’s vocal stylings and even remarked that Michael would have performed the song in like fashion.
While many fans pointed out the similarities between Janet and Michael, some were upset over the comparison, insisting that Janet Jackson should be judged as an artist based upon her own individuality.
A few fans have made the suggestion across social media platforms that Janet Jackson should contribute music to Marvel’s Black Panther sequel.
“Made For Now” is Janet Jackson’s first piece of new music in approximately three years. The singer and actress has had 1o number one songs hit the Billboard 100, has won five Grammy awards, and her song “Again” was nominated for an Oscar in 1993.
What do you think of “Made For Now?”