Janet jackson makes a comeback with afrobeat inspired song, fashion and video.

Janet Jackson makes a huge comeback With Afrobeats-Inspired Song, fashion & Video ‘Made For Now’ Featuring Daddy Yankee


The iconic queen of pop returns with her first single, “Made for Now” is Jackson’s first new music since her 2015 album Unbreakable, which featured Missy Elliott on “Burnitup!” and J. Cole on “No Sleeep.” In 2016, she canceled her world tour to start a family and gave birth to her son Eissa in January 2017. Jackson recently wrapped up her summer tour dates.

Joe Jackson, her father, and former manager died in June—she honored him with a speech mid-concert.

Our ancestors must be rejoicing and nodding to the “made for now” influence of Afrobeats fashion, sound, and culture.

In recent times we’ve witnessed the significant evolution of the African afrobeat, fashion and choreography as more descendants of Africa have embraced their roots and developed love for their ancestral continent. Well, we are glad to report that Queen J. Jackson is certainly not left out of this advancement.

The icon’s new single titled “Made For Now,”  featured Puerto Rican reggaeton titan Daddy Yankee, the video which is packed with a whole lot of creativity and energy is undeniably deserving of attention, the singer maintained her high standard legacy of notable performance which she has done successfully so many times throughout her decades-long career, she provides an infectious, party-worthy tune that’s fun and interestingly easy to dance to. “If you’re living for the moment, don’t stop,” Jackson sings, delivers a top production which blends dancehall, reggaeton, and afrobeats.

Check out the colorful and unique Dave Meyers-directed video