20 February, 2024

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JANET JACKSON: Runaway (Silk’s House Mix)

We love this track! JANET JACKSON delivers the goods on this song. The song is upbeat, full of love, and has the grooves to make your day. The song is a long-format house mix, that’s perfect for life. You can use it for dancing to relax, cleaning, car cruising, beauty or spa day, a local fashion show, a party, or working on those dream projects. Keep dreaming and add JANET JACKSON to your playlist.

Kisses from PARIS!!!


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ABOUT (DJ NOTES):

“Runaway” is a song recorded by American singer Janet Jackson for her first greatest hits album, Design of a Decade: 1986–1996 (1995). Written and produced by Jackson and Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the track was released as the album’s lead single on August 29, 1995, by A&M Records. The song became another hit for Jackson on the US Billboard Hot 100, reaching number three, and it was successful abroad, peaking at number two in Canada, number three in New Zealand, number six in the United Kingdom and number eight in Australia.

It reached the top 40 in at least 12 additional countries. “Runaway” was created to be a possible duet with Jackson’s brother Michael Jackson, but they chose “Scream” instead. “Runaway” blends hard pop-hip hop beats with influences from African and Asian music, and has a similar sound to her previous hits “Escapade” and “Whoops Now”. Towards the end of the song, Jackson breaks the fourth wall with the lyric, “Ooh, didn’t quite hit the note/That wasn’t such a good time”. Africa, Nairobi, Tuscany, Australia, Mexico and Paris are mentioned in the song. Steve W. “Silk” Hurley, also known as J. M. Silk (for “Jack Master Silk”), is an American club DJ, pioneering house music producer, songwriter, and four-time Grammy Award nominee; two times as Remixer of the Year, Non-Classical (in 1999 and 2000), and twice for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical (in 2002 and 2003). From 1985 to 1988, he scored four top-10 singles on the US Dance chart, including the number-one hit “I Can’t Turn Around”, all released in collaboration with Keith Nunnally as J. M. Silk. With “Jack Your Body” (number 25 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play),[5] he topped the UK Singles Chart in January 1987 as a solo artist,[6] while one of his later compositions, “Work it Out” from 1989, brought him his fifth top-10 record on US Dance (at number three). To date, Hurley’s last charting single “The Word Is Love (Say The Word)”, also known as “Silk’s Anthem of Life” by The Voices of Life, peaked in 1997 at number 26 in the UK.


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