One month before her highly anticipated new album hits shelves, Janet Jackson has revealed the Unbreakable title track.
"Unbreakable" is our second sneak peek at Jackson's first full-length in seven years, following the album's lead single, "No Sleeep" featuring J. Cole. Listen to the funky, uptempo track below.
Jackson's new album is her first venture with her Rhythm Nation record label and will be released on Oct. 2, which also marks the 30th anniversary of her groundbreaking album, Control.
A track list released on Thursday revealed that Jackson has re-teamed with Missy Elliot on the song "Burnitup!" Jackson even performed the song at her Unbreakable tour kick-off in Vancouver on Sunday, but video of the moment has been scrubbed from YouTube.
Jackson also got emotional during the show, crying as she told the fans, "I love you so much... and I've missed you so much." With tears streaming down her face, Jackson then launched into "Scream," her 1995 hit with her late brother, Michael Jackson.
As ET previously reported, Unbreakable will be a tribute of sorts to Michael Jackson. According to sources, the album is about "the human spirit, love, marriage, Janet's precious family and her fans." (Unbreakable is Jackson's first release since the 2009 death of her brother.)
"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 shared.
For more details about the album, watch the video below.