February 09, 2008 02:13:11 GMT
Producer L.A. Reid held a listening session for Janet Jackson's new album on Wednesday, February 6 in a 'Discipline' theme.
As previously reported, L.A. Reid held a listening session for Janet Jackson's new album, "Discipline", on Wednesday, February 6. Around 10 tracks including the first single "Feedback", ballad "Greatest X" and another up-tempo "Luv" were played in front of industry executives, fellow celebrities and some lucky fans.
The event that was held at Midtown NYC theater presented "Disciplinarians" who were clad in leather suit and holding leather whips in one hand in the front door. For beginning, there was a short reel that summarized Janet's accomplishments and concluded with "What will Janet do next? What can she do next?".
After her tunes were played, Janet revealed in an interview with Blender Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Joe Levy on the reason she chose the particular sound and people behind the album. "I picked what sounded like classic Me," she said. "...because I love 'love' and I love 'sex'."
Launch the Jukebox to listen to Janet Jacksons' three brand new songs, "Feedback", "Luv" and "Rock With You".
"Discipline" will be released on February 26, boasting production from L.A. Reid, Jermaine Dupri and Ne-Yo. Pre-order at Amazon.
Janet Jackson at her "Discipline" listening party: