The Iconic Janet Jackson is back teaming up with the one and only Daddy Yankee to launch ‘Made For Now’ Music Video which is already garnering huge media coverage across the globe.
On August 16, 2018, Jackson and Randy Jackson (American Idol), announced a new partnership with independent record label Cinq Music who is known for its work in the Latin music market, to publish ‘Made For Now’ and Jackson’s upcoming album.
Janet Jackson and her Rhythm Nation label in association with Cinq Music have released the new single with Daddy Yankee which is already being called a vibrant, dance hall-inspired track music video directed by Dave Meyers. The music video finds the musicians dancing through party scenes around the the planet. ‘Made For Now’ (2018) is the followup to Jackson’s last album, ‘Unbreakable’ which was released in 2015. Janet Jackson leaked to Billboard that she was already in studio working on new music but little did we know she was going to come out the box with this ‘MUST BUY’.
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Daddy Yankee added his vibrant verse to match Jackson’s elegant vocals. “Arriba la raza, estamos en la casa /Dale si está en banda todo lo que te atrasa/ Muévete eso rápi-rápido/ Muévete eso rápi-rápido,” sings Daddy Yankee.
Catch Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee perform ‘Made For Now’ on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon tonight at 11:35 p.m. EST.
Cast: Janet Jackson | Daddy Yankee
genres: Pop Music
Directed by: Dave Meyers
Production co: Rhythm Nation Entertainment
Distributed by: Rhythm Nation | Cinq Music
Run Time: 3 Minutes 32 Seconds
Release Date: August 17, 2018
Article by: Michael “The Sizzler” Jacobs, Staff Writer
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