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Michael Jackson has one of the best-selling albums of the year with "Number Ones," a collection of his biggest hits, and now Janet Jackson is set to release her own "Number Ones" set. The two-disc collection features 34 Janet tracks in all, from her first #1 "What Have You Done For Me Lately" to her newly recorded "Make Me."
The collection spans over 20 years of Janet's global #1's, including "Rhythm Nation," "If," "Together Again," and "Feedback." "Make Me," released after Janet's much-talked-about Vma's performance, was produced by Janet and Rodney Jerkins and is available for the first time on "Number Ones."
The album also features some of Janet's hit collaborations, including "The Best Things in Life are Free," with Luther Vandross, "What's It Gonna Be" with Busta Rhymes, and "Scream," her hit duet with brother Michael.
Janet's "Number Ones" collection is set to hit stores and digital outlets on November 17th. A book, »
Janet Jackson will duet with her late brother Michael Jackson on her new greatest hits album. Janet, a music icon in her own right, will include "Scream" -- her duet with the King of Pop -- in her new greatest hits collection Number Ones. The album will also include a new track, titled "Make Me." With a hot new pic from famed photographer Mark Liddell, Janet looks stunning in dark shades and lighting. Official album cover art is yet to be released. Janet Jackson's Number Ones is out November 17. Track listing is below: Disc 1 1. What Have You Done For Me Lately (Control, #1 R&B) 2. Nasty (Control, #1 Dance & R&B) 3. When I Think Of You (Control, #1 Pop & Dance) 4. Control (Control, #1 Dance & R&B) 5. Let’s Wait Awhile (Control, #1 R&B) 6. The Pleasure Principle (Control, #1 Dance & R&B) 7. Diamonds—Herb Alpert with Janet Jackson (Keep Your Eye on Me, #1 Dance & R »
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