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R&B Junkie - Janet* - Damita Jo (CD, Album)

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  1. Damita Jo is the eighth studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released on March 22, by Virgin Records. The album takes its title from Jackson's middle name, and experiments with various genres including rock, electro, house, and hip hop in addition to Jackson's trademark styles of dance-pop and R&B. Damita Jo was released following Jackson's controversial Super Bowl.
  2. Feb 11,  · "R&B Junkie" is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson from her eighth studio album, Damita Jo. Written by Jackson, James Harris III, Terry Lewis, and Tony "Prof T" Tolbert, the track.
  3. Damita Jo, benannt nach Janets zweitem Vornamen, ist im Vergleich zu All For You eher ein ruhigeres Album. Wobei auch auf Damita Jo einige Songs gut zum Mittanzen anregen. Am meisten haben mich die Songs Just A Little While (erste Single), Strawberry Bounce und R&B Junkie überzeugt. Auf dem Album findet man aber auch einige wirklich gute /5(99).
  4. Janet Jackson's "Damita Jo" is one of the best albums of It has Charisma, Soul, A Lot of Effort and Talent mixed in one CD at the same time. I Really don't understand why this album is so underrated, it has great tracks and lots of standouts, Janet should be proud of her work. This Is A Review of the tracks of "Damita Jo"/5(99).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Damita Jo on Discogs. Label: Virgin - TOCP • Series: Great Music - TOCP • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Hip Hop, Pop • Style: RnB/Swing.
  6. Promise of You (az Unbreakable album ausztrál és japán bónuszdala, ) Put Your Hands On (a Damita Jo album japán kiadásáról és az All Nite (Don’t Stop)/I Want You kislemezről, ) R. R&B Junkie (a Damita Jo albumról, ) Rhythm Nation (a Rhythm Nation albumról, ) Rock with U (a Discipline albumról, ).
  7. Description On her eighth studio album, Damita Jo--the title lifted from her middle name--Janet Jackson teams up with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis once again on what is perhaps the most feverish album in her two decade long career.

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