Janet Jackson - All For You

About "All For You"

"All for You" is a song by American singer-songwriter Janet Jackson, from her seventh studio album of the same name (2001). Written and produced by Jackson along with her collaborators Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, the song is a dance-pop and R&B track with influences of neo-disco and funk that heavily samples "The Glow of Love" by Change. Lyrically, it is about flirting with someone on the dance floor, being a reclection of the singer's state of mind at the time. It was released to radio stations as the lead single from the record in the United States on March 6, 2001, by Virgin Records, becoming the first single to be added to every pop, rhythmic, and urban radio format within its first week of release.

"All for You" received positive reviews from music critics, who complimented the usage of the sample. In the United States, the track peaked atop the Billboard Hot 100 for seven weeks, making it the longest reigning hit of the year after setting the record for the highest debut of a song which was not commercially available in the country. To date, it is Jackson's tenth and last number one Hot 100 hit in the United States, and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). "All for You" also attained success worldwide, peaking at number one in Canada and South Africa, while reaching the top 10 in countries like Australia, France, and the United Kingdom.

The music video for "All for You" was directed by Dave Meyers and takes place in a colorful two-dimensional world. It received several nominations at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards, and won Best Dance Video at the 31st Annual International Dance Music Awards. Jackson performed the track several times, including on the inaugural MTV Icon special, which honored her legacy and influence in the music industry, and was later added to setlists of all of her concert tours, the last being the Janet Jackson: Together Again tour (2023). "All for You" won several accolades, including the prize for Best Dance Recording at the 44th Annual Grammy Awards, and was referenced on the track "Snow on the Beach" (2022) by Taylor Swift featuring Lana Del Rey.

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