Janet Jackson: All For You CD Review
She teased fans with one song on The Nutty Professor 2 soundtrack, but it's been four years since her last CD The Velvet Rope. Everyone's been dying for some new Janet and the wait is over.
She teased fans with one song on The Nutty Professor 2 soundtrack, but it's been four years since her last album The Velvet Rope. People have been dying to hear some new Janet and the wait is finally over. You won't be disappointed.
Janet Jackson's latest effort All For You is a quality album - it's not just one or two good songs with filler. It's a collection of great tunes that take you in different directions and definitely deserves a full listen. The first single All For You is a great dance track that helped the CD fly off the store shelves. One of my favorites on the album is Son of a Gun which samples parts of Carly Simon's 70s tune You're So Vain. It's a groovy chill out song. You'll also find Doesn't Really Matter from The Nutty Professor 2 Soundtrack.
Another party-hopping tune is You Ain't Right. This one will be great to see live cuz you know she'll have some killer 'robot' dance moves. The CD is made up of dance, R&B, hip hop and ballads but it shines above everything else out there because it's refreshingly different. It's got this exciting vibe that made me wonder at the end of every song what she would do on the next one.
Another thing I really liked about the CD is that the instruments, sound effects and samples were original. Interesting keyboard arrangements and even the sound of rain added a touch of uniqueness. This CD has a great groove! Janet may have taken her time in between CDs but she is one artist who is definitely worth the wait.