Janet Jackson Unleashes A Latin Version Of “Made For Now,” Inks A New Deal
Janet Jackson has a growing hit on her hands with her Daddy Yankee-assisted “Made For Now.” The anti-FOMO anthem made an appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 – her first time on the chart since 2015 – when it dropped back in August. More impressively, the single became her 20th to top Billboard’s Dance Club Songs Chart. It is also performing well on streaming services. On Spotify it amassed nearly 12 million streams. Meanwhile the intricately choreographed and infinitely chic video has been viewed more than 50 million times. Today (November 27), the “All Nite (Don’t Stop)” icon breathed new life into the banger with the release of a bilingual, Latin Version.
Staying true to the original production, the newly released version sees Janet sing in both Spanish and English. It feels like a smart decision that could hopefully give the track a boost in global markets. Speaking of, the living legend inked a new deal with Paradigm that should help her promote internationally. The moves marks the end of a more than decade-long deal with William Morris Agency. Sam Gores, Chairman and CEO of Paradigm, commented on the deal in a statement shared with Billboard. “Janet Jackson is one of the most iconic and culturally significant artists of all time and we are thrilled to partner with her to create global opportunities for her as an artist and for the art she creates.”
Hopefully this means more new music is on the way soon! In the meantime, press play on the reimagined version of her bop below!