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September 15, 2009

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Janet Jackson At VMA

Janet Jackson At VMA

After performing in tribute to her late brother Michael at the MTV Video Music Awards Sunday night, Janet Jackson posted a new track on her Web site titled “Make Me,” likely the first single from her upcoming album due in early 2010.
The bouncy dance tune borrows from Michael’s 1979 hit “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.” The lyrics call for the song’s target to “go on get up and shake your body,” promising “we’re gonna have a good time.”

The chorus twists Michael’s refrain into a Janet-worthy, sexy come-on, with the lyrics, “Don’t stop ’til you get it up,” as she entices her man to join her on the dance floor and shake it until the morning light.

“Baby can you move, make me groove/ Show me what you do, make me move/ Baby can you move, make me groove/ Show me what you can do, make me move,” she sings in the hook, adding one of her signature breathy come-ons later in the tune to seal the deal. “If you feel like you can get it tonight,” she coos. “But first you gotta make me say … Oooohhh.”

The song’s release on her Web site followed a well-received performance at the VMAs in which dancing along with a projection of MJ as their duet “Scream” played on the big screen.

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