Janet Jackson’s New Single Debuts on R&B Charts


Janet Jackson‘s new single “No Sleep” entered the Adult R&B Songs chart at Number 15. This is the pop icon’s first debut on the charts since 2010 with her “Nothing” song. “No Sleep” is Jackson’s 27th song to impact the Adult R&B Songs chart. The single is also Number 27 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, becoming her 36th song on the chart. “No Sleep” was produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, who has worked with the icon on numerous projects including Control, Janet Jackson’s Rhythm Nation 1814, janet., The Velvet Rope, All for You, Damita Jo, and 20 Y.O. The super producers will also contribute to Jackson’s new album, which is scheduled to be released this fall. The legend was just honored with the Ultimate Icon: Music Dance Visual Award at the BET Awards show on Sunday night. Ciara, Jason Derulo, and Tinashe paid tribute to the icon by performing some of her signature dance moves.

Jackson will embark on 36-date tour this summer. The trek entitled the Unbreakable World Tour will launch on August 31st in Vancouver, BC. The other dates includes September 2nd in Calgary, Alberta; September 4th in Edmonton, Alberta; September 5th in Grande Prairie, Alberta; September 7th in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; September 8th in Winnipeg, Manitoba; September 11th in Grand Rapids, Michigan; September 12th in Cincinnati, Ohio; September 15th in Toronto, Ontario; September 17th in Raleigh, North Carolina; September 18th in Charlotte, North Carolina;

September 20th in Miami, Florida; September 23rd in Orlando, Florida; September 24th in Tampa, Florida; September 26th in Atlanta, Georgia; September 27th in Nashville, Tennessee; September 29th in Memphis, Tennessee; September 30th in New Orleans, Louisiana; October 9th and 10th in Las Vegas, Nevada; October 13th and 14th in San Francisco, California; October 16th in Los Angeles, California; October 17th in San Diego, California; October 19th in Phoenix, Arizona; October 21st and 22nd in Santa Barbara, California; October 24th in Salt Lake City, Utah; October 25th in Denver, Colorado; October 27th in Kansas City, Missouri; October 29th in St. Louis, Missouri; October 30thin Omaha, Nebraska; November 1st in Minneapolis, Minnesota; November 3rd and 4th in Chicago, Illinois; and November 12th in Honolulu, Hawaii.