Janet Jackson released her latest music video, Made for Now, which features Puerto Rican artist Daddy Yankee. The visual was filmed in Brooklyn, New York. It was directed by Dave Meyers with creative direction by Gil Duldulao. The Afrocentric song was produced by Harmony Samuels and music video features traditional moves from dancers hailing from Grenada, Ghana, Trinidad, Nigeria and America.
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Jackson is scheduled to perform the new song on Friday night at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
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