For the first time, 33 of Janet Jackson’s global Number One hits, plus the new “Make Me,” are available together in a two-disc set. Number Ones takes us from the early days of “What Have You Done For Me Lately” and “Nasty” to her more recent work with her late brother Michael, Busta Rhymes, Blackstreet, Q-Tip, and Nelly.
Number Ones celebrates the career and creativity of one of the most successful and influential artists of our time. It spans more than 20 years of hits from Janet’s original albums-from her 1986 stellar breakthrough Control, which included five chart-toppers, to the most recent set Discipline.
Rhythm Nation 1814 was the best-selling album of 1990. Rhythm Nation 1814 contained “Miss You Much,” “Rhythm Nation,” “Escapade,” “Alright,” “Come Back to Me,” “Black Cat,” and “Love Will Never Do (Without You),” which all peaked within the top five on the Billboard Hot 100, making it the first and only album to achieve that feat. All these hits are here!
From the later albums, hits like “If,” “Together Again,” “All For You,” “All Nite (Don’t Stop), and “Someone to Call My Lover” are included. Other highlights are “Scream,” her only duet with her brother, “What’s it Gonna Be?!” with Busta Rhymes, and “Got ’Til It’s Gone” with Q-Tip and Joni Mitchell.
Number Ones is Jackson’s first greatest hits compilation since 1995, and is a must-have for Janet fans, especially those of us who had some of the earlier albums on cassette.
Janet Jackson Love Will Never Do (Without You) (live)
That’s The Way Love Goes
All For You
Below, some of the winners from the 4th MTV Awards, which took place on September 11, 1987.
The big winner was Peter Gabriel’s Slegdehammer. It won for Video of the Year, Best Male Video, Best Concept Video, and Most Experimental Video.
Let’s watch it below:
Other winners from that year include:
Madonna – Papa Don’t Preach (Best Female Video)
Talking Heads – Wild Wild Life (Best Group Video)
Janet Jackson – Nasty (Best Choreography)
U2 – With or Without You (Viewers’ Choice)