Check out my review of Janet's Discipline, which is in stores today!
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Nonetheless, the biggest error with "Discipline" is there wasn’t enough input from the icon herself. She wrote and produced very little on this project, which is disappointing since she is the first black female recording artist to receive a Grammy nomination for Producer of the Year. Some of the directions the album took didn’t feel like the Janet we all know and worship. Even Britney Spears would protest if music or lyrics didn’t fit her. I could see it now, while grubbing on some KFC and guzzling Budweiser, Britney screaming, "That ain’t me!"
No, this is not a comeback record nor will there be any number one singles, but it’s tough to say this isn’t a solid pop album. Moreover, if the legend never has another hit record, she has still made a historical mark on pop culture. No one can take that away from Miss Janet Jackson.
Labels: JANET JACKSON, Reviews
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