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  1. Damita Jo is the eighth studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released on March 22, by Virgin Records. The album takes its title from Jackson's middle name, and experiments with various genres including rock, electro, house, and hip hop in addition to Jackson's trademark styles of dance-pop and R&B. Damita Jo was released following Jackson's controversial Super Bowl.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Damita Jo on Discogs. Label: Virgin - TOCP • Series: Great - TOCP • Format: CD Album, Limited Edition, Promo, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Hip Hop, Pop • Style: RnB/Swing.
  3. "Relax, it's just sex," Janet Jackson murmurs at the conclusion of "Sexhibition," the third song on her eighth album, Damita Jo. Those words were recorded long before Jackson wound up America with her breast-baring exploits at the halftime show at the Super Bowl, but they nevertheless play like a casual response to the hysteria that engulfed the nation following her infamous "wardrobe.
  4. Oct 22,  · Damita Jo is the 8th studio album by Janet Jackson released in It went on to sell 3 million copies worldwide. It spent a total of 19 weeks on the Billboard chart.
  5. Janet Jackson's "Damita Jo" is one of the best albums of It has Charisma, Soul, A Lot of Effort and Talent mixed in one CD at the same time. I Really don't understand why this album is so underrated, it has great tracks and lots of standouts, Janet should be proud of her work/5().
  6. Mar 24,  · If reduced to a quarter of its size (it’s twenty-two tracks long), Damita Jo could be a great CD. The candy-coated, Jay-Z-sampling “Strawberry Bounce” is undeniable; on “I Want You.
  7. Damita Jo was inspired by Jackson’s relationship with producer Jermaine Dupri, whom she had been dating for about a year and a half when the album was finally released. “It’s an album about love,” Jackson told Ryan Seacrest, and that was a line she’d repeat a few times during that press cycle.
  8. Mar 31,  · Don’t let that Cheshire cat smile Janet Jackson wears on the cover fool you—this album is something of a tragedy. Damita Jo carries with it inadvertent weight, like a banal conversation with a.

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