For more dancers... The Malibu Crew... The Woman of Love has dedicated a great space for it:o--)
The Singers and The Musicians
Paula Abdul... "What have you done for me lately"
((Paula on the WWW))
The dance collaboration began early. There were two friends with a choreography approach. The rhythm dancers smoothed it out on the video of that song as well.
Paula's career recently mounted some world hits, but when the two donned their cool style there was no stopping them. You can bet that even behind the microphone and the performance the two never stopped... in fact another collaboration like that came true in "Nasty Boys" and in "When I think of you".
Luther Vandross... "Best things in life are free"... ((the lyrics))
((Luther on the WWW))
This was a song especially for the soundtrack of the movie "Mo' Money", starring Damian Wayans and Rae Dawn Chong among others. But it was this hit that brought together the soul and R&B personality of Luther forward to meet Rhythm Janet that was based on finesse.
Cliff Richard... "Two to the Power of Love"... ((the lyrics))
((Cliff on the WWW))
This was among the first duets and collaborations that Janet was involved in. Cliff's career span back to the late 50s and early 60s... hits included... "Move It" up to "We don't talk anymore" at that period... Again, a spellbinding collaboration which brought up a fun song.
Michael Jackson... "Scream"... ((the lyrics))
((Michael on the WWW))
The relationship was already known... his talents as a natural dancer were known... When Janet choreographed the moves for the video of the song along with her brother, Michael, something unique came out. It was her voice that she's also lent to the track and her collaboration marked a first time that she and her brother were singing together.
Other Collaborators with Janet Jackson:
Herb Alpert... "Diamonds"... (( the lyrics))
((Herb on the WWW))
Lisa Keith... "Making love in the rain"... (( the lyrics ))
Other Upcoming Collaborators with Janet Jackson:
((Vanessa on the WWW))
From this violonist player you can expect a lot of virtuosity, a candid approach to a featured string throughout the rhythm of Janet's. One of Vanessa's duets include a collaboration with The Scorpions on "You and I" performed live on Taratata, a French TV music show... Moreover, she has a classic touch adapting it to Tecno beats and Dance tunes (from self titled debut album) as well as a classic pose as if a flower is always blossoming in the middle of a Bach Fugue (from "The Classic Album")
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...The lead to it...
the lyrics collaboration ... thanks to Martijn