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  • Janet sold at least 5-6 million records and Japan you have female artists who not even outsold her worldwide nor even popular as Janet above her on the list Madonna, Mariah, Celine & Whitney outsold her in Japan they sold like over 10 million in sales most likely in Japan only place neither the four outsold Janet in is South Africa.

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    • Originally posted by Choley View Post
      Janet's most successful markets for each album excluding US (Control to Damita Jo)


      Control - UK
      • 725,000 copies sold
      • 3 top 10 hits


      Rhythm Nation - Japan
      • More than 500,000 copies sold
      • Best selling international female album of 1990
      • Rhythm Nation Tour broke the record for the fastest sellout in the history of the Dome within 7 minutes


      Janet. - UK
      • 825,000 copies sold
      • Debuted at #1 with over 31,000 copies sold
      • Spent two weeks at the top
      • 3 top 10 singles; one of them went #2


      Design Of a Decade - UK
      • 800,000 copies sold
      • Debuted at #2 with over 54,000 copies sold


      The Velvet Rope - France
      • 600,000 copies sold according to her label
      • Together Again was the 7th best selling single of 1998
      • Together Again sold over 700,000 copies as of 1998 and arguably eligible for Diamond (750,000)


      All For You - Japan
      • Debuted with 120,100 copies sold
      • 750,000 copies sold in total
      • It was the best selling international pop album of 2001
      • Doesn't Really Matter was the best selling international pop single in 2000 and eligible for Gold (100,000)
      • All For You was the most successful international pop song of 2001


      Damita,20 Y0 and Discipline - all Japan

      *UK sales includes club sales
      will Janet album reach 3x



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      • Originally posted by BritneyMadonnastan View Post

        will Janet album reach 3x


        Sadly no

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        • Have the streams for all for you decreased because wasn’t it on 89M

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          • Japan always will forever support Janet

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            • Originally posted by BritneyMadonnastan View Post
              Have the streams for all for you decreased because wasn’t it on 89M
              It's because there's two versions of the song, the album version and the single version on the Number Ones compilation (22M streams). The streams for both versions were merged months ago but at random times the streams are presented again separately.

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              • Rock With U is now available for streaming on Spotify Brazil

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                • TOTAL JANET JACKSON OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO VIEWS ON YOUTUBE (SO FAR FROM BIGGEST TO LOWEST):
                  "Made for Now" - 79,563,897 views
                  "Rhythm Nation" - 27,643,814 views
                  "No Sleeep" - 27,242,228 views
                  "The Pleasure Principle" - 20,464,600 views
                  "Escapade" - 18,829,484 views
                  "Come Back to Me" - 16,926,386 views
                  "Feedback" - 15,109,742 views
                  "That's the Way Love Goes" - 15,004,988 views
                  "Miss You Much" - 13,861,267 views
                  "When I Think of You" - 12,710,259 views
                  "Control" - 11,988,075 views
                  "Dammn Baby" - 11,636,591 views
                  "Rock Wit U" - 10,069,930 views
                  "What Have You Done With Me Lately" - 9,963,695 views
                  "All for You" - 7,831,260 views
                  "Black Cat" - 7,660,146 views
                  "Any Time, Any Place" - 5,836,720 views
                  "If" - 4,452,940 views
                  "Again" - 4,251,797 views
                  "Twenty Foreplay" 3,098,945 views
                  "Call on Me" - 2,584,681 views
                  "So Excited" - 2,407,525 views
                  "You Want This" - 2,330,974 views
                  "Make Me" - 1,984,960 views
                  "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)" - 1,477,837 views
                  "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" - 637,850 views
                  "Whoops Now" - 631,544 views
                  "Nasty" - 537,658 views
                  "Because of Love" - 471,838 views
                  "Let's Wait Awhile" - 402,540 views
                  "Nothing" - 150,463 views
                  "The Knowledge" - 138,937 views

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                  Tons of videos STILL missing still!

                  All the videos from Control have finally been uploaded (guess some of the videos kept getting removed)
                  "Alright" is missing from Rhythm Nation (WTF?)
                  All the videos from janet. have been uploaded
                  "Runaway" is missing.
                  All TVR videos are blocked from viewing in the US
                  "Doesn't Really Matter" is missing
                  "Someone to Call My Lover" was deleted, it looks
                  All the videos from Damita Jo is not here: JALW, IWY, ANDS
                  All videos from 20 Y.O., Discipline and Unbreakable is uploaded

                  So basically, here's what we're still missing or what has been blocked:
                  Alright
                  Runaway
                  Got 'til It's Gone
                  Together Again
                  I Get Lonely
                  Go Deep
                  You
                  Everytime
                  Doesn't Really Matter
                  Someone to Call My Lover
                  Just a Little While
                  I Want You
                  All Night (Don't Stop)

                  Music videos that have Janet as a duet partner or featured artist:
                  "Diamonds" (Herb Alpert ft. Janet Jackson & Lisa Keith) - 81,996 views
                  "The Best Things in Life Are Free" (Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson) - missing (not on either Janet's or Luther's pages, I imagine if it did, it would be on Janet's cause it was an A&M release)
                  "Scream" - 139,047,899 views (biggest video associated with Janet that's not on her page)
                  "Luv Me, Luv Me" (Shaggy & Janet) - not on Shaggy's page, it looks (if he has a page, that is)
                  "What's It Gonna Be" (Busta Rhymes & Janet) - 14,579,560 views
                  "Girlfriend/Boyfriend" (Blackstreet ft. Janet) - 834,077 views
                  "Feel It Boy" (Beenie Man & Janet) - not on Beenie Man's page

                  Total video views so far (all videos uploaded on the page): 517,018,486 views
                  Last edited by BadMan125; Sun May 29, 2022, 22:39.
                  "Crime is increasing
                  Trigger happy policing..."
                  -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                  • I wish they would fix this. It's so frustating

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                    • Originally posted by esswein View Post
                      I wish they would fix this. It's so frustating
                      Sadly that doesn't seem likely.
                      "Crime is increasing
                      Trigger happy policing..."
                      -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                        • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post
                          TOTAL JANET JACKSON OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO VIEWS ON YOUTUBE (SO FAR FROM BIGGEST TO LOWEST):
                          "Made for Now" - 79,563,897 views
                          "Rhythm Nation" - 27,643,814 views
                          "No Sleeep" - 27,242,228 views
                          "The Pleasure Principle" - 20,464,600 views
                          "Escapade" - 18,829,484 views
                          "Come Back to Me" - 16,926,386 views
                          "Feedback" - 15,109,742 views
                          "That's the Way Love Goes" - 15,004,988 views
                          "Miss You Much" - 13,861,267 views
                          "When I Think of You" - 12,710,259 views
                          "Control" - 11,988,075 views
                          "Dammn Baby" - 11,636,591 views
                          "Rock Wit U" - 10,069,930 views
                          "What Have You Done With Me Lately" - 9,963,695 views
                          "All for You" - 7,831,260 views
                          "Black Cat" - 7,660,146 views
                          "Any Time, Any Place" - 5,836,720 views
                          "If" - 4,452,940 views
                          "Again" - 4,251,797 views
                          "Twenty Foreplay" 3,098,945 views
                          "Call on Me" - 2,584,681 views
                          "So Excited" - 2,407,525 views
                          "You Want This" - 2,330,974 views
                          "Make Me" - 1,984,960 views
                          "Son of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)" - 1,477,837 views
                          "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" - 637,850 views
                          "Whoops Now" - 631,544 views
                          "Nasty" - 537,658 views
                          "Because of Love" - 471,838 views
                          "Let's Wait Awhile" - 402,540 views
                          "Nothing" - 150,463 views
                          "The Knowledge" - 138,937 views

                          ----
                          Tons of videos STILL missing still!

                          All the videos from Control have finally been uploaded (guess some of the videos kept getting removed)
                          "Alright" is missing from Rhythm Nation (WTF?)
                          All the videos from janet. have been uploaded
                          "Runaway" is missing.
                          All TVR videos are blocked from viewing in the US
                          "Doesn't Really Matter" is missing
                          "Someone to Call My Lover" was deleted, it looks
                          All the videos from Damita Jo is not here: JALW, IWY, ANDS
                          All videos from 20 Y.O., Discipline and Unbreakable is uploaded

                          So basically, here's what we're still missing or what has been blocked:
                          Alright
                          Runaway
                          Got 'til It's Gone
                          Together Again
                          I Get Lonely
                          Go Deep
                          You
                          Everytime
                          Doesn't Really Matter
                          Someone to Call My Lover
                          Just a Little While
                          I Want You
                          All Night (Don't Stop)

                          Music videos that have Janet as a duet partner or featured artist:
                          "Diamonds" (Herb Alpert ft. Janet Jackson & Lisa Keith) - 81,996 views
                          "The Best Things in Life Are Free" (Luther Vandross & Janet Jackson) - missing (not on either Janet's or Luther's pages, I imagine if it did, it would be on Janet's cause it was an A&M release)
                          "Scream" - 139,047,899 views (biggest video associated with Janet that's not on her page)
                          "Luv Me, Luv Me" (Shaggy & Janet) - not on Shaggy's page, it looks (if he has a page, that is)
                          "What's It Gonna Be" (Busta Rhymes & Janet) - 14,579,560 views
                          "Girlfriend/Boyfriend" (Blackstreet ft. Janet) - 834,077 views
                          "Feel It Boy" (Beenie Man & Janet) - not on Beenie Man's page

                          Total video views so far (all videos uploaded on the page): 517,018,486 views
                          I just really can't believe her team drop the ball with her YouTube channel I'm glad she's over 1 miliion subscribers finally but they made us believe her videography would finally be available worldwide also Dream Street and Someone To Call My Lover (So So Def Remix) videos aren't on her channel.
                          Last edited by Nerd Score; Wed June 8, 2022, 04:40.

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                          • Originally posted by Nerd Score View Post

                            I just really can't believe her team drop the ball with her YouTube channel I'm glad she's over 1 miliion subscribers finally but they made us believe her videography would finally be available worldwide also Dream Street and Someone To Call My Lover (So So Def Remix) videos aren't on her channel.
                            Problem is Janet's team is pretty doggone inept and has been for years.

                            Janet seems to have people that are her friends and family managing her (her brother Randy co-manages her now) and they're not doing the important things like re-uploading music videos or working on getting them unblocked (as they claimed ), bringing attention of Janet's music on various streaming sites like Spotify (besides from the Throwback Thursday thing last year) and Apple Music. So far, the only attention Janet gets now post-documentary is when she's performing at a festival.

                            Crazy thing is you think with a documentary that was highly viewed as Janet's (that recently got a MTV Movie & TV Awards nod, the first JJ-associated project to do so since...21 years ago???!!!) that there would be a way to take advantage. But it's pretty much at a stalemate.

                            But I guess the issue is the documentary didn't focus much on the musical contributions of her career and just focused on her personal tribulations and clearing up rumors (namely the DeBarge issue and the "hidden baby" thing). But it was otherwise a documentary that celebrated Janet rather than an in-depth look into what inspired her music.

                            As for the video to Dream Street, I can't see anyone outside the faithful wanting to see it. It was part of the "Fame" TV series and wasn't even a single. My guess is if Janet wasn't independent and resigned with a label that overlooked A&M and Virgin material from the past, Janet and her team would help to get all of her videos on there so not only would her views go up but she could also get far more subscribers than she has. It's really disheartening to see a woman who claimed 18 consecutive top ten singles (and 27 top ten singles altogether) on the US pop chart to only receive just ONE MILLION subs. Especially when you compare it to Toni Braxton, who sold much less and yet she has over 2 million subscribers.

                            I hope this gets fixed in the near future but I'm losing some hope that it will.
                            "Crime is increasing
                            Trigger happy policing..."
                            -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                            • JANET JACKSON'S CUMULATIVE WEEKS ON THE HOT R&B/HIP-HOP SONGS (1982-2018) FROM MOST TO LEAST
                              "I Get Lonely" ft. BLACKstreet - 33 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1998)
                              "If" - 30 weeks (#3 in 1993)
                              "That's the Way Love Goes" - 27 weeks (#1 for 4 weeks in 1993)
                              "What's It Gonna Be" - 26 weeks (#1 for a week in 1999)
                              "Call on Me" w/Nelly - 24 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 2006)
                              "Nasty" - 22 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1986)
                              "Doesn't Really Matter" - 22 weeks (#3 in 2000)
                              "Runaway" - 21 weeks (#6 in 1995)
                              "Any Time, Any Place"/"And On and On" - 21 weeks (#1 for 10 weeks in 1994)
                              "Because of Love" - 20 weeks (#9 in 1994)
                              "Again" - 20 weeks (#7 in 1993)
                              "What Have You Done for Me Lately" - 20 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1986)
                              "Together Again" - 20 weeks (#8 in 1998)
                              "All for You" - 20 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 2001)
                              "Someone to Call My Lover" - 20 weeks (#11 in 2001)
                              "Feel It Boy" - 20 weeks (#31 in 2002)
                              "Young Love" - 20 weeks (#6 in 1982)
                              "I Want You" - 19 weeks (#18 in 2004)
                              "Son of a Gun" - 19 weeks (#26 in 2001)
                              "Control" - 19 weeks (#1 for a week in 1987)
                              "You Want This"/"70's Love Groove" - 19 weeks (#9 in 1994)
                              "Girlfriend/Boyfriend" - 19 weeks (#17 in 1999)
                              "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" - 18 weeks (#3 in 1991)
                              "Let's Wait Awhile" - 18 weeks (#1 for a week in 1987)
                              "The Pleasure Principle" - 17 weeks (#1 for a week in 1987)
                              "Come Back to Me" - 17 weeks (#2 in 1990)
                              "The Best Things in Life are Free" - 17 weeks (#1 for a week in 1992)
                              "When I Think of You" - 16 weeks (#3 in 1986)
                              "Rhythm Nation" - 15 weeks (#1 for a week in 1990)
                              "Miss You Much" - 15 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1989)
                              "Escapade" - 15 weeks (#1 for a week in 1990)
                              "Don't Stand Another Chance" - 15 weeks (#9 in 1984)
                              "Come Give Your Love to Me" - 15 weeks (#17 in 1983)
                              "Feedback" - 15 weeks (#39 in 2008)
                              "Luv" - 15 weeks (#34 in 2008)
                              "Make Me" - 15 weeks (#71 in 2010)
                              "Nothing" - 15 weeks (#58 in 2010)
                              "Diamonds" - 15 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1987)
                              "Don't Worry" - 14 weeks (#60 in 2005)
                              "Scream" - 14 weeks (#2 in 1995)
                              "Alright" - 14 weeks (#2 in 1990)
                              "Say You Do" - 13 weeks (#15 in 1983)
                              "So Excited" - 13 weeks (#34 in 2006)
                              "With U" - 12 weeke (#65 in 2007)
                              "No Sleeep" - 12 weeks (#18 in 2015)
                              "Black Cat" - 12 weeks (#10 in 1990)
                              "Fast Girls" - 12 weeks (#40 in 1984)
                              "All Nite (Don't Stop)" - 10 weeks (#90 in 2004)
                              "Can't B Good" - 10 weeks (#76 in 2008)
                              "Made for Now" - 1 week (#36 in 2018)

                              871 cumulative weeks in all including 35 cumulative weeks at number one.
                              Last edited by BadMan125; Fri June 10, 2022, 03:23.
                              "Crime is increasing
                              Trigger happy policing..."
                              -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                              • JANET JACKSON'S CUMULATIVE WEEKS ON THE HOT ADULT CONTEMPORARY SONGS CHART (1986-2001) FROM MOST TO LEAST
                                "Again" - 26 weeks (#4 in 1993)
                                "Runaway" - 26 weeks (#7 in 1995)
                                "Come Back to Me" - 23 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 1990)
                                "That's the Way Love Goes" - 22 weeks (#16 in 1993)
                                "Let's Wait Awhile" - 18 weeks (#2 in 1987)
                                "Escapade" - 14 weeks (#16 in 1990)
                                "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" - 14 weeks (#33 in 1991)
                                "When I Think of You" - 13 weeks (#10 in 1986)
                                "Because of Love" - 8 weeks (#32 in 1994)
                                "Any Time, Any Place" - 7 weeks (#34 in 1994)
                                "Scream" - 5 weeks (#32 in 1995)
                                "What Have You Done for Me Lately" - 4 weeks (#38 in 1986)
                                "Someone to Call My Lover" - 4 weeks (#29 in 2001)

                                184 cumulative weeks in all and 3 cumulative weeks at number one

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                                Honestly it's her chart performances on this chart that shocked me. I almost forgot she only had one number one AC hit...
                                "Crime is increasing
                                Trigger happy policing..."
                                -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                • Her cumulative weeks at #1 on R&B is not majority from Any Time, Any Place. 10/35 so it’s just under a third.

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                                  • JANET JACKSON'S CUMULATIVE WEEKS ON THE HOT DANCE CLUB SONGS (1983-2018) CHART FROM MOST TO LEAST
                                    "Call on Me" - 14 weeks (#2 in 2006)
                                    "So Excited" - 14 weeks (#1 for a week in 2007)
                                    "Feedback" - 14 weeks (#1 for a week in 2008)
                                    "All for You" - 13 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 2001)
                                    "Nasty" - 13 weeks (#2 in 1986)
                                    "Together Again" - 13 weeks (#1 for a week in 1998)
                                    "Throb" - 13 weeks (#2 in 1993)
                                    "Because of Love" - 13 weeks (#4 in 1994)
                                    "Runaway" - 13 weeks (#8 in 1995)
                                    "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" - 13 weeks (#4 in 1991)
                                    "The Best Things in Life are Free" - 12 weeks (#3 in 1992)
                                    "You Want This" - 12 weeks (#9 in 1995)
                                    "Go Deep" - 12 weeks (#1 for a week in 1998)
                                    "What Have You Done for Me Lately" - 12 weeks (#2 in 1986)
                                    "Rhythm Nation" - 12 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 1989)
                                    "Someone to Call My Lover" - 12 weeks (#1 for a week in 2001)
                                    "Son of a Gun" - 12 weeks (#7 in 2002)
                                    "Made for Now" - 12 weeks (#1 for a week in 2018)
                                    "Just for a Little While" - 12 weeks (#1 for a week in 2004)
                                    "All Nite (Don't Stop)" - 12 weeks (#1 for a week in 2004)
                                    "Janet Megamix 04" - 11 weeks (#3 in 2004)
                                    "Don't Stand Another Chance" - 11 weeks (#23 in 1984)
                                    "I Get Lonely" - 11 weeks (#10 in 1998)
                                    "Miss You Much" - 11 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1989)
                                    "Escapade" - 11 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 1990)
                                    "Alright" - 11 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1990)
                                    "When I Think of You" - 11 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 1986)
                                    "Control" - 11 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 1986)
                                    "That's the Way Love Goes" - 11 weeks (#1 for a week in 1993)
                                    Got 'til It's Gone" - 11 weeks (#6 in 1997)
                                    "Scream" - 11 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1995)
                                    "If" - 11 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1993)
                                    "State of the World" - 10 weeks (#9 in 1991)
                                    "The Pleasure Principle" - 10 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1987)
                                    "Say You Do" - 10 weeks (#11 in 1983)
                                    "Rock With U" - 10 weeks (#20 in 2008)
                                    "Control (all cuts)" - 9 weeks (#18 in 1986)
                                    "Come Give Your Love to Me" - 7 weeks (#30 in 1983)
                                    "Black Cat" - 7 weeks (#17 in 1990)

                                    448 cumulative weeks in all with 34 cumulative weeks at number one.
                                    "Crime is increasing
                                    Trigger happy policing..."
                                    -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                    • JANET JACKSON'S CUMULATIVE WEEKS ON THE BILLBOARD HOT 100 (1982-2018) FROM MOST TO LEAST
                                      "Together Again" - 46 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1998)
                                      "If" - 27 weeks (#4 in 1993)
                                      "Runaway" - 24 weeks (#3 in 1995)
                                      "Doesn't Really Matter" - 24 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 2000)
                                      "That's the Way Love Goes" - 23 weeks (#1 for 8 weeks in 1993)
                                      "Again" - 23 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1993)
                                      "You Want This"/"70's Love Groove" - 22 weeks (#8 in 1994)
                                      "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" - 22 weeks (#1 for a week in 1991)
                                      "All for You" - 22 weeks (#1 for 7 weeks in 2001)
                                      "What Have You Done for Me Lately" - 21 weeks (#4 in 1986)
                                      "Miss You Much" - 20 weeks (#1 for 4 weeks in 1989)
                                      "The Best Things in Life are Free" - 20 weeks (#10 in 1992)
                                      "Any Time, Any Place"/"And On And On" - 20 weeks (#2 in 1994)
                                      "Because of Love" - 20 weeks (#10 in 1994)
                                      "Someone to Call My Lover" - 20 weeks (#3 in 2001)
                                      "I Get Lonely" - 20 weeks (#3 in 1998)
                                      "What's It Gonna Be?!" - 20 weeks (#3 in 1999)
                                      "Let's Wait Awhile" - 19 weeks (#2 in 1987)
                                      "Nasty" - 19 weeks (#3 in 1986)
                                      "When I Think of You" - 19 weeks (#1 for 2 weeks in 1986)
                                      "Call on Me" - 18 weeks (#25 in 2006)
                                      "The Pleasure Principle" - 18 weeks (#14 in 1987)
                                      "Control" - 18 weeks (#5 in 1987)
                                      "Rhythm Nation" - 17 weeks (#2 in 1990)
                                      "Luv Me, Luv Me" - 17 weeks (#76 in 1998)
                                      "Come Back to Me" - 17 weeks (#2 in 1990)
                                      "Escapade" - 17 weeks (#1 for 3 weeks in 1990)
                                      "Scream" - 17 weeks (#5 in 1995)
                                      "Feedback" - 17 weeks (#19 in 2008)
                                      "Alright" - 16 weeks (#4 in 1990)
                                      "Black Cat" - 16 weeks (#1 for a week in 1990)
                                      "Son of a Gun" - 12 weeks (#28 in 2001)
                                      "Feel It Boy" - 12 weeks (#28 in 2002)
                                      "Girlfriend/Boyfriend" - 11 weeks (#47 in 1999)
                                      "I Want You" - 10 weeks (#57 in 2004)
                                      "Come Give Your Love to Me" - 9 weeks (#58 in 1983)
                                      "Young Love" - 6 weeks (#64 in 1983)
                                      "Just a Little While" - 6 weeks (#45 in 2004)
                                      "So Excited" - 3 weeks (#90 in 2006)
                                      "No Sleeep" - 2 weeks (#63 in 2015)
                                      "Made for Now" - 1 week (#88 in 2018)

                                      711 cumulative weeks in all with 33 cumulative weeks at number one.
                                      Last edited by BadMan125; Mon June 20, 2022, 02:51.
                                      "Crime is increasing
                                      Trigger happy policing..."
                                      -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                      • Originally posted by hun View Post
                                        Her cumulative weeks at #1 on R&B is not majority from Any Time, Any Place. 10/35 so it’s just under a third.
                                        Maybe I worded it wrong. It's her most successful number one record on the R&B chart though.
                                        "Crime is increasing
                                        Trigger happy policing..."
                                        -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                        • These ones are lovely to see

                                          "Because of Love" - 20 weeks (#9 in 1994)
                                          "Young Love" - 20 weeks (#6 in 1982)
                                          "I Want You" - 19 weeks (#18 in 2004)
                                          "Son of a Gun" - 19 weeks (#26 in 2001)
                                          "Don't Stand Another Chance" - 15 weeks (#9 in 1984)
                                          "Come Give Your Love to Me" - 15 weeks (#17 in 1983)
                                          "Luv" - 15 weeks (#34 in 2008)
                                          "Make Me" - 15 weeks (#71 in 2010)
                                          "Nothing" - 15 weeks (#58 in 2010)
                                          "Say You Do" - 13 weeks (#15 in 1983)
                                          "So Excited" - 13 weeks (#34 in 2006)
                                          "With U" - 12 weeks (#65 in 2007)
                                          "No Sleeep" - 12 weeks (#18 in 2015)
                                          "Fast Girls" - 12 weeks (#40 in 1984)
                                          "Can't B Good" - 10 weeks (#76 in 2008)

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                                          • I am really intrigued to see what impact Together Again will have once (and if) it is unblocked worldwide. The music video on Janet's YouTube account has surpassed 1.3 million views and that's between Canada & Japan alone according to kworb.

                                            I think All For You was on either 2.5 or 2.6 million when it was unblocked in May last year and spotify streams have jumped from around 43,000 to 65,000 (for 24 hour periods).

                                            The fan upload for Together Again is currently on 4.9 million views and it's been up for just over 2 years. Together Again still gets the most streams on spotify within a 24 hour period amongst all of her songs.

                                            As far as I am aware Together Again is her best selling single in the following countries: Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and United Kingdom (surely there's more). I am probably being naive, but afterall it is her biggest single. Even in countries where it may not be her best seller, it probably has had considerable success.

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                                            • TOP TEN FEMALE ARTISTS WITH MOST CUMULATIVE WEEKS ON THE BILLBOARD HOT 100
                                              1.) Nicki Minaj - 1,424 weeks (year first single charted: 2010; year latest single charted: 2022)
                                              2.) Taylor Swift - 1,247 weeks (year first single charted: 2006; year latest single charted: 2022)
                                              3.) Beyonce - 999 weeks (year first single charted: 2003; year latest single charted: 2022)
                                              4.) Rihanna - 992 weeks (year first single charted: 2005; year latest single charted: 2020)
                                              5.) Madonna - 898 weeks (year first single charted: 1983; year latest single charted: 2015)
                                              6.) Mariah Carey - 832 weeks (year first single charted: 1990; year latest single charted: 2020)
                                              7.) Janet Jackson - 711 weeks (year first single charted: 1982; year latest single charted: 2018)
                                              8.) Ariana Grande - 704 weeks (year first single charted: 2013; year latest single charted: 2021)
                                              9.) P!nk - 696 weeks (year first single charted: 2000; year latest single charted: 2021)
                                              10.) Whitney Houston - 689 weeks (year first single charted: 1984; year latest single charted: 2019)
                                              Last edited by BadMan125; Sat July 2, 2022, 03:12.
                                              "Crime is increasing
                                              Trigger happy policing..."
                                              -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                              • 1980s FEMALE ARTISTS WITH THE MOST VIDEO VIEWS ON YOUTUBE
                                                1.) Whitney Houston - 5,004,341,707 (debut year: 1984) - most viewed 1980s video: "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" (356m)
                                                2.) Madonna - 4,874,203,583 (debut year: 1982) - most viewed 1980s video: "La Isla Bonita" (587m)
                                                3.) Cyndi Lauper - 2,007,144,446 (debut year: 1983) - most viewed 1980s video: "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" (1b)
                                                4.) Kylie Minogue - 993,350,117 (debut year: 1988) - most viewed 1980s video: "The Loco-motion" (20m) (technically including her videos from the PWL YouTube page, she has over a billion too)
                                                5.) Sinead O'Connor - 978,486,718 (debut year: 1987) - most viewed 1980s video: "Troy" (4m!!!) (most of her views is from her '90s work, I think, at least two versions of NC2U were almost at 500m views combined)
                                                6.) Enya - 651,568,928 (debut year: 1987) - most viewed 1980s video: Orinoco Flow (33m)
                                                7.) Gloria Estefan - 527,360,167 (debut year: 1985) - most viewed 1980s video: "Conga" (28m)
                                                8.) Janet Jackson - 520,125,854 (debut year: 1982) - most viewed 1980s video: "Rhythm Nation" (27m)

                                                EDITED cause I forgot to include Kylie Minogue, Gloria Estefan and Enya so Janet's not even top 5!

                                                Also: here's something also odd: Tracy Chapman has fewer videos and subscribers than many other '80s female acts (that I know of) and yet her video for "Fast Car" (52 million) has 25 million more views than "Rhythm Nation" does on YouTube!!!
                                                Last edited by BadMan125; Mon June 13, 2022, 02:22.
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                                                • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                                                  Problem is Janet's team is pretty doggone inept and has been for years.

                                                  Janet seems to have people that are her friends and family managing her (her brother Randy co-manages her now) and they're not doing the important things like re-uploading music videos or working on getting them unblocked (as they claimed ), bringing attention of Janet's music on various streaming sites like Spotify (besides from the Throwback Thursday thing last year) and Apple Music. So far, the only attention Janet gets now post-documentary is when she's performing at a festival.

                                                  Crazy thing is you think with a documentary that was highly viewed as Janet's (that recently got a MTV Movie & TV Awards nod, the first JJ-associated project to do so since...21 years ago???!!!) that there would be a way to take advantage. But it's pretty much at a stalemate.

                                                  But I guess the issue is the documentary didn't focus much on the musical contributions of her career and just focused on her personal tribulations and clearing up rumors (namely the DeBarge issue and the "hidden baby" thing). But it was otherwise a documentary that celebrated Janet rather than an in-depth look into what inspired her music.

                                                  As for the video to Dream Street, I can't see anyone outside the faithful wanting to see it. It was part of the "Fame" TV series and wasn't even a single. My guess is if Janet wasn't independent and resigned with a label that overlooked A&M and Virgin material from the past, Janet and her team would help to get all of her videos on there so not only would her views go up but she could also get far more subscribers than she has. It's really disheartening to see a woman who claimed 18 consecutive top ten singles (and 27 top ten singles altogether) on the US pop chart to only receive just ONE MILLION subs. Especially when you compare it to Toni Braxton, who sold much less and yet she has over 2 million subscribers.

                                                  I hope this gets fixed in the near future but I'm losing some hope that it will.
                                                  The Dream Street video when she was on Fame daydreaming about being a star is the actual video for the song and is apart of her videography that should be on her channel like all her other videos and her YouTube channel should like how Madonna youtube channel is with her entire videography available and half are in HD as well a bunch of live performances all her remixes and behind the scenes everything should be on her channel but nope her team don't care only time Janet Jackson is one of the biggest names in music and to have her legacy being shafted unwatchable is ridiculous and you have new fans learning who she is and they don't have access to watch what they want to watch from her.

                                                  they only reuploaded all the videos that were blocked some gotten a premiere and and some did not it's ridiculous the documentary didn't really highlight her music career all the way up to her Unbreakable album.

                                                  All her music should be available for streaming services you have little by little of her music being available for streaming this is why her sales and everything is so low and behind in places cause everything of her not available it's ridiculous I wish someone ask her about what's happening and I know she knows everything.

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                                                  • Janet Jackson's official UK chart numbers of her career:

                                                    SINGLES
                                                    17 top 10s
                                                    38 top 40s
                                                    42 top 75s
                                                    56 weeks in the top ten
                                                    200 weeks in the top 40
                                                    304 weeks in the top 75

                                                    ALBUMS
                                                    1 number one (janet. spent two weeks)
                                                    6 top 10s
                                                    10 top 40s
                                                    12 top 75s
                                                    18 weeks in the top ten
                                                    139 weeks in the top 40
                                                    261 weeks in the top 75
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