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Janet Jackson spotted partying at London’s Corsica Studios

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Pop diva Janet Jackson was spotted at South London’s Corsica Studios on Saturday night, attending an Eglo Records label party.

Eglo Records founder, Alexander Nut shared an image with the five-time GRAMMY winner on his Instagram story with the caption: “Janet Jackson came thru,” adding “she was awesome.”

As she sings in the chorus of her hit track, “Any time, And any place, I don’t care who’s around”, Janet Jackson has also been rumoured to have been at Shoreditch House the night before.

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LDLDN, founder of Natural Frequency Records tweeted: “Janet Jackson was at the Eglo Records party at Corsica Studios last night. THAT is how influential Alexander Nut is”.

DJing at the label partying included the likes of Tony Touch, Marc Mac, DJ Tara, Heléna Star, Mr Thing and Aqwea.

Alexander Nut has since added to his story: “I don’t know where to start… last night @EgloRecords

“@corsica.studios was truly something special. lIl write a proper post about it tomorrow once i get the photos developed. But for now ijust want to send a huge thanks to the OG legend @ditonytouch, massive love @marchero @ditaranyc @helenastar @dimr thing & aqwea and of course the amazing @janetjackson. What a night!”

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DJ Tara tweeted a thread about the night calling it “amazing” concluding with: “And @JanetJackson was there and told me she loved my set. I was a stammering mess but Janet is everything. From my first set of box braids after watching Poetic Justice to screaming my head off in Prudential Center at her tour in 2017. Such a memorable night.”

Last week Janet Jackson announced she’ll be reissuing her album ‘The Velvet Rope’ this year celebrating its 25 anniversary with remices from Missy Elliott, Timbaland, Frankie Knuckles and Armand Van Helden.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Video and Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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