Janet Jackson: The Pleasure Principle

Janet Jackson - The Pleasure Principle (Official Music Video)
Source:Janet Jackson– Janet Jackson’s Pleasure Principle.

Source:The Daily Journal

“Music video by Janet Jackson performing The Pleasure Principle.”

From Janet Jackson

To be completely honest with you, if you were to judge The Pleasure Principle as just a song and listened to Janet Jackson just sing the song standing in front of a microphone and without the dancing, we are not talking about a very good song.

I’m a Janet fan, but the song itself is not that great and maybe that is just part of the era that it came from which is the 1980s, which wasn’t a very good decade for American music rhythm and blues, or anything else. And I think this song is somewhat cheesy compared with the 1990s which was great decade for American music.

I’ve seen this video and heard this song countless times and I’m still not sure what this is about. But if you judge the song by just the video, this is a great video, song or no song. The music to the lyrics are very good and you throw in Janet herself and I don’t know if there is a better singer/dancer than Janet Jackson. Easily one of the best musical dancers of all-time and one of the sexiest as well if not the best of all-time.

Janet is a  very attractive beautiful baby-face woman with a great body. Who almost thirty-years later after this song came out, she hasn’t lost a thing anywhere. And if anything she is a better entertainer now than she was in 1986.

 

Janet Jackson Vevo: Janet Jackson- Come Back To Me

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Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Journal

It’s been a while since I’ve seen new JJ videos. But Come Back To Me is part of Janet Jackson’s 1986-87 Control album. Her first album as an independent musical artist. Janet, is 20-21 at this point, but if you see her face you think she was 13-14. A classic baby-faced sweetheart who’ll always still seem like a kid and be able to come off as a girl instead of a grown woman. If you’re familiar with the song The First Night from Monica, which I believe came out in 1998 it sounds very similar to Come Back To Me. Both songs are about new romances with the woman trying to tell her new boyfriend that they should wait and not get down right away and spoil whatever they may have working for them. Which is easier said than done when you’re talking to a guy in his teens who cam’t wait to get down especially with a beautiful girl he’s just met and is getting involved with. And Come Back To Me could easily have been delivered from a 15-16 girl, 17-18 even, but it’s coming from a 20 year old woman. But again to go back to Janet Jackson she’s always seemed a lot younger than she actually is in actuality.

Janet Jackson Vevo: Janet Jackson- Come Back To Me