Janet Jackson shares a teaser of her two-part documentary
The singer actor took to social media and shared a trailer from her upcoming two-part biographical documentary
A singer, songwriter, actress, and dancer, Janet Jackson has finally given her fans a peek into her upcoming two-part documentary. After the announcement of the same in March this year, the songstress taking to Instagram and Twitter shared the mini trailer of her upcoming documentary.
“Hey u guys. Excited to share the first teaser of my new documentary with u. #JanetDoc,” she captioned the video. The teaser shared on social media platforms has since gathered thousands of likes and retweets. The teaser has created a frenzy among the fans.
The trailer shows a glimpse of concert footage, sneak-peak into Jackson’s life behind-the-scenes, her conversations with Mariah Carey and Paula Abdul. While for Carey “She’s an empowered woman,” Abdul calls her ‘a force to be reckoned with’.
— Janet Jackson (@JanetJackson) September 6, 2021
The documentary is biographical and is the singer’s way of telling the world who Janet Jackson is and where she comes from. The documentary that has been in the works for the past five years, brings to screen the legacy that she has created, her struggles, and her rise to fame. Produced by Lifetime and A&E, the four-hour documentary is scheduled to premiere in January next year.
Her rise to a legacy
The Velvet Rope singer is known for her socially conscious and sexually provocative records, besides her energetic and magnificent stage shows. On the power of her music combing with impeccable sound and choreography broke gender and racial basis in the music industry rising to success. Over the years, the singer has only grown to be a role model for the youth.
Before she became a soaring singer, Janet began her career with the television series The Jacksons in 1976. From there she appeared in various other television shows including Good Times. Her rise to fame as a singer came after signing a recording contract with A&M Records in 1982. Followed by her third and fourth studio albums Control and Rhythm Nation 1814, she became the pop icon she is now.