With her "Discipline" album out and comfortably sitting at #1 on Billboard Hot 200 chart, Janet Jackson is ready to map out tour in support of it. The singer will be ready to launch the "big" jaunt in mid-September with dates in American territories first and the rest of the world after that.
"We're talking about America first," Jackson told Billboard.com, "but I think we're going all over. I think I'm going to go back to Australia, back to Africa, obviously go to Asia, go to Europe for sure." Apt to her first single "Feedback", Jackson plans this tour to be an upbeat one with lots of energy flowing. "I'll probably tweak things from the last stage and stuff I had prepared for everyone," Jackson said on taking ideas from her unused concepts that were meant to support her 2006 album "20 Y.O.".
Jackson continued that she would love to showcase all of the singles that she has, but afraid that there wouldn't be much time if she has to perform more than two decades worth of materials. "I don't want people to be bored to tears," she said.
"Discipline" that was released on February 26, sold 181,000 copies in the first week and therefore took the first place in the albums chart, knocking off the reigning album Jack Johnson's "Sleep Through the Static".