Black Cat est une chanson de Janet Jackson extrait de l'album Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. Black Cat est le sixième single de l'album et a été publié le 28 août 1990.

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  • Black Cat est une chanson de Janet Jackson extrait de l'album Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. Black Cat est le sixième single de l'album et a été publié le 28 août 1990. Il s'agit de la première chanson à avoir été écrite uniquement par Janet Jackson, les deux autres titres étant Whoops Now publié en 1993 et Ask for More publié en 1998.Contrairement à la plupart des anciens titres R&B et pop que Jackson avait sorti auparavant, cette chanson change radicalement de style qui s'oriente plus vers du rock. Le titre a été coproduit par l'un des guitaristes de l'album, Jellybean Johnson.La chanson s'est classée à la première position au Billboard Hot 100 le 27 octobre 1990 et est ainsi devenue le quatrième single de Janet Jackson à avoir atteint la première place dans ce classement.The 1814 Megamix est présent sur la Face-B de certaines versions de Black Cat. Le titre a été remixé par Alan Coulthard et des singles tels que Alright, Escapade, Rhythm Nation et Miss You Much y sont inclus.
  • "Black Cat" é o sexto single do quarto álbum de estúdio de Janet Jackson, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814.
  • "Black Cat" is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released as the fifth single from her fourth studio album, Rhythm Nation 1814. It was written solely by Jackson and produced by Jackson with Jellybean Johnson. In a departure from her standard of industrial-based dance pop, "Black Cat" is a hard rock and heavy metal song. It also contains influences of punk, dance-rock, and hair metal. Its lyrics speak of substance abuse of the psychedelic drug Acid, in addition to gang violence. It was rumored to be composed about Jackson's then-husband, recording artist James DeBarge. It was the final song recorded for the album, after Jackson composed its main riff when desiring a rock song to complete the record."Black Cat" was well received among critics, who praised Jackson's foray into the hard rock genre in addition to the song's "radical statement" towards drug abuse and violence. Jackson's vocals were also commended as used to their "maximum advantage." It reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and Mainstream Rock chart, making Jackson the first artist to simultaneously peak atop both charts. It also reached number four in Canada, five in Norway, six in Australia and South Africa, eleven in Ireland, fifteen in the United Kingdom, and number two in airplay in Japan and the World Chart, among other countries. It was certified gold in the United States and Australia.Its music video, directed by Wayne Isham, was filmed during Jackson's Rhythm Nation World Tour. It used an "in-concert" theme, splicing Jackson with images of a black panther. Jackson performed "Black Cat" at the MTV Video Music Awards, in which she conveyed "feline" choreography and ripped open her shirt, exposing a black bra. The rendition's provocative nature lead to media controversy and became regarded as iconic within popular culture, considered to usher in "a new age of sexual spontaneity." It was viewed as her first "shocking" performance due to Jackson having a virginal teenage image, in addition to the portrayal of female sexuality considered taboo at the time. The song's performance on the Rhythm Nation World Tour also drew media attention for its usage of illusionary magic, concluding with Jackson forced into a cage before transformed into a live panther."Black Cat" received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, making her the only artist in history to receive nominations spanning five genres. It won a BMI Pop Award for Most Played Song. Alternate versions featured Nuno Bettencourt of Extreme and Vernon Reid of Living Colour, in addition to a live version with Dave Navarro. A version with Lemmy of Motorhead was also planned. "Black Cat" has been cited as an influence by artists such as Nicole Scherzinger, Fefe Dobson, Jessica Simpson, and Alanis Morissette. Critics have observed it to inspire numerous pop artists attempting the rock genre, including Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, and Rihanna, and influence songs by Little Mix and Selena Gomez. It has been covered by Warmen, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Nanne Grönvall; in addition to Sally Yeh in Cantonese. It was also covered on The Voice of Germany and X Factor Norway. Jackson's performance on the MTV Video Music Awards has been emulated by several performers. It was later included in the multi-console game Band Hero.
  • Black Cat, Amerikalı R&B şarkıcısı Janet Jackson'ın 1989 çıkışlı New Jack Swing tarzında hazırlanan Rhythm Nation 1814 albümünün, albümün tarzından farklı olarak Rock'n'Roll içerikli teklisidir. Janet Jackson bu şarkıyla oldukça geniş bir başarı yakalamıştır.
  • Black Cat' is de zesde single van de Amerikaanse R&B-/popzangeres Janet Jackson, afkomstig van haar vierde studioalbum Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 uit 1989.
  • Black Cat è un brano di Janet Jackson. È il sesto singolo estratto dall'album Rhythm Nation 1814."Black Cat" ha ricevuto una nomination ai Grammy Awards per la Miglior performance rock femminile, rendendo Janet l'unica artista musicale a essere nominata ai Grammy nelle categorie Pop, Dance, Rock, Rap e R&B.
  • A Black Cat Janet Jackson amerikai pop- és R&B-énekesnő hatodik kislemeze negyedik, Rhythm Nation 1814 című albumáról. A dal annak a három dalnak az egyike, amit Jackson teljesen egyedül írt (a másik kettő a Whoops Now 1993-ból és az Ask for More 1998-ból), és egyike kevés rockdalának. A dalban egy nő figyelmezteti párját, hogy hagyjon fel a kockázatos életmóddal.Az albumváltozatban nagyrészt Dave Barry gitározott, aki ezután a turnékon is Janet gitárosa lett, valamint John McClain és Jellybean Johnson is játszottak benne gitáron. Jesse Johnsont is említik az album borítószövegében a gitárosok közt, de az ő gitárszólója az albumváltozatba nem került bele (viszont az összes remixbe igen). Több remixben Nuno Bettencourt játszik ritmusgitáron.
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  • Black Cat est une chanson de Janet Jackson extrait de l'album Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814. Black Cat est le sixième single de l'album et a été publié le 28 août 1990.
  • "Black Cat" é o sexto single do quarto álbum de estúdio de Janet Jackson, Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814.
  • Black Cat, Amerikalı R&B şarkıcısı Janet Jackson'ın 1989 çıkışlı New Jack Swing tarzında hazırlanan Rhythm Nation 1814 albümünün, albümün tarzından farklı olarak Rock'n'Roll içerikli teklisidir. Janet Jackson bu şarkıyla oldukça geniş bir başarı yakalamıştır.
  • Black Cat' is de zesde single van de Amerikaanse R&B-/popzangeres Janet Jackson, afkomstig van haar vierde studioalbum Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 uit 1989.
  • Black Cat è un brano di Janet Jackson. È il sesto singolo estratto dall'album Rhythm Nation 1814."Black Cat" ha ricevuto una nomination ai Grammy Awards per la Miglior performance rock femminile, rendendo Janet l'unica artista musicale a essere nominata ai Grammy nelle categorie Pop, Dance, Rock, Rap e R&B.
  • A Black Cat Janet Jackson amerikai pop- és R&B-énekesnő hatodik kislemeze negyedik, Rhythm Nation 1814 című albumáról. A dal annak a három dalnak az egyike, amit Jackson teljesen egyedül írt (a másik kettő a Whoops Now 1993-ból és az Ask for More 1998-ból), és egyike kevés rockdalának.
  • "Black Cat" is a song by American recording artist Janet Jackson, released as the fifth single from her fourth studio album, Rhythm Nation 1814. It was written solely by Jackson and produced by Jackson with Jellybean Johnson. In a departure from her standard of industrial-based dance pop, "Black Cat" is a hard rock and heavy metal song. It also contains influences of punk, dance-rock, and hair metal. Its lyrics speak of substance abuse of the psychedelic drug Acid, in addition to gang violence.
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