Janet Jackson Reacts to Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” Point out


i LUV it @Taylor Swift #lanadelray 😘😘😘 #snowonthebeach #taylorswift

♬ original sound – Janet Jackson

Taylor Swift’s newest album, “Midnights,” is stuffed with Easter eggs and obscure references to every part from “30 Rock” to “Mad Males,” however one of many album’s greatest moments comes when the “Anti-hero” singer title drops Janet Jackson. Fortunately, the dwelling legend appears to agree. On Friday, Oct. 21, Jackson shared a TikTok of herself listening to “Snow on the Seashore,” the “Midnights” tune that features a shout-out to her.

Within the tune, which additionally options Lana Del Rey, Swift sings, “However your eyes are alien craft from one other planet / Now I am all for you want Janet / Can this be an actual factor? Can it?” “All For You” is a 2001 pop tune by Jackson that is all about being swept up in a relationship. In “Snow on the Seashore,” the love story is extra sophisticated however each bit as all-consuming as it’s in “All For You.”

Due to this, the 2 very completely different songs complement one another. For her half, Jackson is clearly a fan. In her TikTok, the award-winning singer could be seen sitting again as she listens to the tune with a smile on her face. She bobs her head together with the tune earlier than saying, merely, “That is good.” She went on to caption the video with “i LUV it.”

Receiving Jackson’s seal of approval is only one of a number of causes Swift has to rejoice after the discharge of “Midnights.” Along with the “All For You” singer exhibiting her some love, “Midnights” additionally broke Spotify’s report for the most-streamed album in a single day on Friday (nicely earlier than the album had been launched for a full 24 hours). The Grammy winner thanked her followers on Twitter for making her new album a convincing success.

“How did I get this fortunate, having you guys out right here doing one thing this thoughts blowing?! Like what even simply occurred??!?!” she tweeted.

Picture Supply: Jamie McCarthy / Terry Wyatt / Getty

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