American pop star Janet Jackson is back with a new single and its music video features a variety of outfits made using African prints and accessories. The 52-year-old wore stunning pieces from two African designers, Cameroon-born and U.S. based designer Claude Kameni and Ghana's award-winning jewelry designer Aphia Sakyi.
Made for Now Janet Jackson Sings in Yoruba, Dresses in Ankara
Leadership, 25 August 2018
"Asiko Ope, Janet ti de"! Chanted 3x in Yoruba language by the drummers beating the gan gan (talking drum) was the intro of iconic Queen of Music new song "Made For Now" by Janet… Read more »
Janet Jackson's new single features Daddy Yankee and its called Made For Now.
Janet Jackson Uses African Designers to Curate African Looks
This is Africa, 4 September 2018
Music icon Janet Jackson has returned to the music scene in full force, first by reviving her State of the World tour, which is a rebranding of 2015's ill-fated Unbreakable tour,… Read more »
Janet Jackson Dazzles in Maasai Accessories At Billboard Awards
Nairobi News, 24 May 2018
On Sunday night, American singer, songwriter, dancer, and actress Janet Jackson was honored with the Iconic Award at the Billboard Music Awards in Las Vegas. Read more »
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