She’s Coming! Janet Jackson Spotted Shooting New Video In Streets of Brooklyn+Celebrates ‘Poetic Justice’ 25th Anniversary [Photos/Video]

Posted July 23, 2018

Janet Jackson has been slaying fans across the globe with her ‘State of The World Tour’ and now motha will be slaying us with some hot new music as well very soon.

The singer was spotted filming a new music video in the streets of Brooklyn on Monday, backed by a flock of dancers and colorful and festive attire. The iconic performer was all smiles and looking as stunning as ever as she worked the scenes in the shots that were captured.

It was reported just a few weeks ago that Janet’s new single would be released in July, but now a few unconfirmed reports are speculating that the track may coincide with a special surprise performance and video premiere at the 2018 Video Music Awards. This hasn’t been confirmed but we will be paying close attention.

In other Jan news, today also marked the 25th anniversary of her big screen film debut in the cult classic, ‘Poetic Justice.’ Janet took to Instagram to share some shots of she and her co-star, the late, Tupac Shakur in honor of the anniversary.

What 👏🏾 you 👏🏾 call 👏🏾 me? 👏🏾 #poeticjustice 25.

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25. #PoeticJustice 💜

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25. #PoeticJustice Thank you 💜

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