Janet Jackson celebrated what would be her late brother, Michael Jackson‘s 60th birthday with a video that pays homage to his song, Remember The Time. The star shared a video she recreated which was inspired by the visuals of the King of Pop’s video for the 1992 hit song. The video is a collaborative effort with comedians Kwaylon “BlameItOnKway” Rogers, Andrew “King Bach” Bachelor and Diamond Batiste.
In the video shared on her social media, Janet plays an Egyptian queen who determines her dancer’s fate after they dance to her new song, Made For Now.
A fitting way to celebrate the King of Pop!
In a video shared to Kwaylon’s instagram, Janet shared why she wanted to be a part of the project.
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Still in complete shock that this happened! The Jackson family is almost untouchable and she was willing to do a video with ME! I’m truly honored! Can’t express how thankful I am that you guys support me the way you do! I had one day to learn a dance..cast everyone, get custom made clothes, and get a venue and i made it happen! ? super appreciate you @joeyharrisinc!! Also special thanks to my dope team @diamondbfilms @ndburton @uhohmarty @jacksonbeacting @austinfrombosston @uhohnick @iamphreshy
Here’s a look at Michael’s video.