Janet Jackson was born on May 16, 1966, in Indiana, USA. She is a singer, songwriter, actress, and a dancer. Janet is mostly known for her hits “When I Think Of You”, “Let’ Wait a While”, “Love Will Never do Without You”, “Together Again”, “Doesn’t Really Matter”, and “Someone to Call My Lover”. Jackson holds numerous awards, including 12 American Music Awards, 10 Billboard Awards, and 5 Grammies.
Janet Jackson was interested in acting and singing ever since she was a teenager. She took part in TV series Fame and Different Strokes. When Janet turned 16, she was noticed by A&M, who signed her up for two albums Janet Jackson (1982) and Dream Street (1984). Both albums weren’t successful in the USA but brought Jackson some popularity in the UK.
In 1986, Janet drastically changed her image and her new album Control became extremely successful. It topped Billboard 200. Two singles from the album “When I Think Of You” and “Let’ Wait a While” got to the top positions of Billboard Hot 100.
Three years later, the singer worked on creating poetic lyrics and hew new album Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 that focused on antiracist songs, became her best hit so far. It sold 12 million copies worldwide.