Janet Jackson

Janet Jackson

pop, rnb, female vocalists, dance, soul

Janet Damita Jo Jackson (born May 16, 1966 in Gary, Indiana, United States) is a Grammy award-winning, and Golden Globe and Academy Award-nominated American singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress. The youngest of the Jackson family, she initially stepped into the limelight in the family's 1974 Las Vegas production, 1976 television show, and later on her own as a television actress. At age sixteen in 1982, she signed a recording contract with A&M

Dream Street [1984]
  • 1. Don't Stand Another Chance (4:14)
  • 2. Two to the Power of Love (3:06)
  • 3. Pretty Boy (6:32)
  • 4. Dream Street (3:52)
  • 5. Communication (3:12)
  • 6. Fast Girls (3:18)
  • 7. Hold Back the Tears (3:14)
  • 8. All My Love For You (5:44)
  • 9. If It Takes All Night (4:09)

"Dream Street" is the second studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released on October 23, 1984. More Pop than her debut album's "bubblegum soul" feel, the album wasn't the runaway success that Janet's father Joseph thought it would be. The album became a modest success, peaking at number #19 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and number 147 on the Billboard 200 in 1984. Today, this is Jackson's rarest album and is much sought after by fans, though it is still available as an expensive Japanese import. Read more on Last.fm.