Janet Jackson TattoosBy admin On September 3, 2010 Under Female Celeb. Tattoos, Singer Tattoos
Janet Jackson is an American actress and recording artist who was born in Gary, Indiana, and became famous for her song performances and of course, the Janet Jackson tattoos. She is the youngest in the family of world-famous musicians including the late Michael Jackson. She started her singing career at the age of 7 performing in group with her brothers and later as an actress who appeared in TV series The Jacksons way back 1976.
She played major parts in TV shows including the renowned Fame and Good Times in 1980. When she reached 16, she joined the A&M as a recording artist and released her debut album carrying her own name in 1982. However, she was criticized for having a voice with limited range, and as another Jackson recording artist. She became more criticized for one of her Janet Jackson tattoos featuring Minnie Mouse and Mickey.
They believe that it’s inappropriate for her to have this kind of tattoo embedded on her body. But Janet keeps her cool; she doesn’t see anything wrong with it.
She reveals that with a lot of sex adventures that she has experienced during her youth, it’s no longer amazing to have this kind of tattoo to be included in her collection of her tattoos printed on her body. She insists that it should be viewed more of fun rather than being nasty. She said that whenever she sees it, she feels hot and she’s reminded that sex is really good and should be practiced regularly with great passion.
In 1986, she accomplished her 3rd studio album titled Control where she collaborated with record producers like Terry Lewis and Jimmy Jan for a long period of time. Her music with these acclaimed producers involved appealing elements of industrial beats, triplet swing, rap combined with sample loop, funk, disco, as well as rhythm and blues that led to the rise of crossover music. Janet has done it big as a recording artist; on the contrary, her choice of Janet Jackson tattoos is petty and almost unnoticeable.
She also prefers to have a limited number of tattoos etched on her body. She doesn’t want them to be bright, big and shiny that can catch the attention of the public. Among her tattoos include an image of a Borneo scorpion at her back, and a Japanese kanji at the back of her neck that symbolize continuity, friendship and balance.
She claims that her tattoos play an important part in all her accomplishments. Apart from the awards she received for her albums, MTV, music videos and choreography, she is also acclaimed as an outstanding role model for creating song lyrics that are directed towards social consciousness. The “Sankofa” on her right wrist that also comprises her Janet Jackson tattoos is symbolic of “ability to look back and pick-up the spilled pieces.”