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EXCLUSIVE: Janet Jackson's Album Will Be About Family, Shares First New Song in Years

by Jackie Willis 4:28 PM PDT, June 17, 2015
Playing EXCLUSIVE: Janet Jackson's Album Will Be About Family, Shares First New Song in Years

Janet Jackson is showing her fans a little love!

In anticipation of her Unbreakable World Tour and upcoming album, Jackson shared a 43-second snippet of a sweet song and video on Wednesday. "I wanna tell you how important you are to me!" she tweeted to her fans.

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Sources told ET exclusively that this is from Jackson's new album Unbreakable. The collection of recordings will be about "the human spirit, love, marriage, Janet's precious family and her fans."

"The music icon wants her message to the world to be that through mistakes, pain and loss, the bonds of love are Unbreakable," ET's source shares.

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This is Jackson's first album since the death of her brother, Michael Jackson, in June 2009. He was 50.

In the video, the 49-year-old artist sings the track as the camera pans over a handwritten letter of the lyrics.

"I've lived through my mistakes. It's just a part of growin,'" she croons. "And never for a single moment did I ever go without your love. You made me feel wanted."

The song continues, "I want to tell you how important you are to me."

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This is the first original song Jackson has debuted in years. The last album she released was Discipline in 2008.

What do you think of Jackson's return to music?

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