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Janet Jackson first appeared on stage in April 1974, singing and doing impressions alongside her brother Randy in the Jackson family’s Las Vegas act. In 1976, she appeared on The Jacksons, a summer replacement television show. Her performance earned her the attention of a producer who hired her to play Penny, a regular on the TV comedy series Good Times, from 1977-79. She continued her television work in the short-lived A New Kind of Family (1979-80), the sitcom Different Strokes (1981-2), and the teen drama Fame (1984-5).


With the guidance of her brother Michael, she released her debut album Janet Jackson, in 1982. The album reached No. 84 on the pop charts and had three hit singles, including ‘Young Love’ and ‘Give Your Love to Me.’ The self-titled album sold about 250,000 copies, as did her follow-up, Dream Street, which featured contributions from her brothers Michael, Tito, Jackie, and Marlon. Jackson scored her first major success in 1986 with Control, released on the A&M label. Control, produced with the writing-producing team of Jimmy Jam (James Harris III) and Terry Lewis, sold eight million copies worldwide and featured two No. 1 singles, ‘What Have You Done For Me Lately’ and the title track. Nominated for three Grammy Awards and nine American Music Awards, it won two of the latter.

Her next album, Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814, was a more socially conscious album, also produced by Jam and Lewis, who wrote nearly half the songs. The album spawned a number of hit singles, including ‘Black Cat’ (written by Jackson herself), ‘Miss You Much,’ and ‘Escapade,’ and again sold around eight million copies. Rhythm Nation, which won three American Music Awards, made Jackson the first artist, to have seven Top 5 hits from a single album. Jackson embarked on her first tour, in support of the album, in the spring of 1990.

In the summer of 1993, Jackson unveiled her fifth album, titled Janet as well as her first starring film role, in the drama Poetic Justice, directed by John Singleton, who had received two Oscar nominations for writing and directing his debut feature, Boyz N the Hood. Jackson received an Oscar nomination for ‘Again,’ which she performed on the soundtrack. Janet sold more than six million copies, and featured ‘Any Time, Any Place,’ which became Jackson’s 14th gold single, tying her with Aretha Franklin as the female solo singers with the most gold singles. In addition, ‘That’s the Way Love Goes’ earned a Grammy nomination for Best Rhythm & Blues Song. Jackson’s sixth album, The Velvet Rope (1997). Jackson continued her acting career with a costarring role opposite Eddie Murphy in the blockbuster comedy The Nutty Professor II (summer 2000). A year later, she released another smash hit album, All For You. As if to confirm her success, Jackson won an American Music Award for favorite female pop/rock artist, in January 2002.

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