Janet Jackson is lining up a week of excitement for the launch of her new jam ‘Made For Now.’
The Harmony Samuels production serves as the first taste of fresh material from the megastar in over three years and she’s treating its release like the event it is.
Fresh from announcing its release and unveiling its cover, Jackson has revealed that the cut’s Dave Meyers directed video will arrive simultaneously (on August 17th).
And, as if that wasn’t titillating enough, she’ll be taking to the stage on a major platform on the same day to perform the song alongside Daddy Yankee.
In a press release issued moments ago, it was confirmed that this Friday Jackson will be taking to the stage on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’ to perform the track.
‘Made For Now’ encourages people to enjoy their lives and seize opportunities today, not worry or wait until tomorrow.
Sonically, it’s touted as being inspired by Janet’s personal love of music from around the globe.
For its Brooklyn shot visual, fans will be transported to a neighborhood dance party filled with cameos from a multitude of international dancers from Ghana, Nigeria, Grenada, Trinidad and the US. All of whom who were hand selected by Janet and her longtime Creative Director Gil Duldulao.
We’re all sorts of buzzed! Song, video, and performance all on the same day?!
After a somewhat tour-focal promo of 2015’s ‘Unbreakable,’ this feels like a welcome return to the all-out, no stone unturned approach promo that Janet herself helped pioneer in the 90s.
Suffice to say, roll on Friday!