Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee …. “💕🎼 ‘MADE FOR NOW’ …. Awesome Collaboration …. 🎼💕…. “!!


~~August 21, 2018~~ 


Janet needs no introduction. She’s known worldwide of the Jacksons’ family fame.

Daddy Yankee needs no intro in the world of reggaeton.

Ramón Luis Ayala Rodríguez (born February 3, 1977), known by his stage name Daddy Yankee, is a Puerto Rican singer, songwriter, rapper, actor, and record producer. Ayala was born in Río Piedras, Puerto Rico, and was raised in the neighborhood of Villa Kennedy Housing Projects.

Daddy Yankee is the artist who coined the word Reggaeton in 1994 to describe the new music genre that was emerging from Puerto Rico.




Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee performed “Made for Now,” their new collaboration, for the very first time on television Friday night (Aug. 18). The pair took their own advice and moved their bodies with the upbeat song on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.


By Isabelia Herrera

Never in a million years could we have dreamed up a collab between Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee, but alas, it’s 2018 and anything is possible in a post-Despacito universe. After they were spotted filming the video last month in New York, the reggaeton icon and pop titan have finally unleashed “Made for Now,” which finds the pair floating through the streets of Brooklyn with a troupe of international dancers from Ghana, Nigeria, Grenada, and Trinidad.

As we previously reported, the production of “Made for Now” harnesses Afrobeats’ global pop explosion, and dancers are dressed in bold, colorful prints. The Big Boss hops in towards the end of the track to drop off some posi vibes and underscore the song’s message of celebrating the present moment.

Jackson and Yankee worked on the music video with famed director Dave Meyers, who has collaborated with Missy Elliott, Britney Spears, Kendrick Lamar, and more. The two legends are set to perform the new song together on The Tonight Show on Friday.

“As it appears in … full read/fll credit”



~~Made For Now~~

Official Video

~~Published on Aug 16, 2018~~

Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee


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#WeAllAreOne #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex #HortyRex #hrexach


#BringBackOurGirls ….. It’s day 183!!

~~October 14, 2014~~ 

It’s been months since heavily armed attackers stormed the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Nigeria and abducted nearly 300 girls during the night of 14-15 April. The majority of the schoolgirls have not been seen or heard from since and are feared to have been sold into “marriages” and sexual slavery in Nigeria, and potentially, in neighboring Cameroon and Chad.

The militant group, Boko Haram, whose name roughly translates to “Western education is a sin,” reportedly claimed responsibility, stating, “Western education should end. Girls, you should go and get married … I will sell them in the marketplace.” In a further alarming development, early in the week of 4 May, suspected Boko Haram gunmen abducted at least eight more girls – some possibly as young as eight years old – from a village in Borno State, Nigeria.

On 6 May, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights stated that such human rights violations – selling the abducted girls as slaves – could constitute “crimes against humanity.”

However, efforts to rescue the girls have fallen desperately short.

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Please join Equality Now and our Nigerian partners, Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative, Echoes of Women in Africa, Women for Justice and Peace, and Alliances for Africa, in urgently calling on the Government of Nigeria to:

Take immediate action to locate and rescue the girls and provide them with support services upon their return
Prosecute those responsible for the girls’ abduction and exploitation
Take steps to protect schools from attacks so that they are safe places to learn
Immediately institute, in consultation with women’s rights organizations, measures to protect the safety and human rights of women and girls throughout Nigeria, which are further endangered by the volatile political situation in the conflict areas

Also call on the Governments of Cameroon and Chad to swiftly determine whether the girls were transported into their countries and to assist in their rescue.


~~Bring Back Our Girls~~

~~Published on May 1, 2014~~

On April 14, over 230 school girls were kidnapped from their dorm rooms by terrorists in Nigeria. The world has done nothing to rescue them.

This video was made by Louis Adeyemi, a young Nigerian Director (@thelouisking). The voice you hear is of a father of one of our kidnapped girl’s. The images are not of the actual girls that were kidnapped. They are are Nigerian girls and used symbolically.

Join us on twitter/rescueourgirls and facebook.com/bringbackourgirls and let uss march on social media to raise awareness. Write and call your leaders. Now. #bringbackourgirls


“Bring Back Our Girls” Music Video

Published on May 14, 2014

Song Written and Produced by Andrew Lane
Sung and Performed by Stephanie Ferrett
Video Shot & Directed by The Dream Team Directors, Bayou Bennett & Daniel Lir (http://www.dreamteamdirectors.com)
Edited by Mike Dusenka
Andrew Lane for Drew Right Music and Berry/Lane Film/Music
#michellebama #jessicabiel #aliciakeys #benstiller #seanpenn #evalongoria #ellendegeneres #bradleycooper #gerardbutler #pdiddy



~Published on May 16, 2014~

Bring Back Our Girls campaign began in Nigeria and gained international attention when over 200 girls were abducted in Chibok village, Borno State, Nigeria by the deadly sect called Boko Haram.

Within a few weeks the Bring Back Our Girls campaign went viral

#InSolidarity #ItIsWhatItIs #DrRex


We ALL are ONE!! 









#BringBackOurGirls …. Day 66!!


~~June 19, 2014~~ 


Today is the 66th day since 273 Nigerian school girls were kidnapped. We ask that all of you, from whatever city/country you live, to continue to march and hold rallies. Continue to call your government leaders and tell your friends. We will not be silenced.

Every day the family at the Bring Back Our Girls headquarters in Abuja march and rally by the hundreds.




In the middle of the night on April 15, more than 300 girls were kidnapped from their school in Chibok, Nigeria. While the horrific crime — carried out by Islamist militant group Boko Haram — went largely unreported for nearly two weeks, you’ve probably heard a whole lot about the#BringBackOurGirls campaign over the last few days.

Let’s talk about the facts first:

Why did Boko Haram attack the school? The group has been terrorizing northeastern Nigeria — a region that’s half Muslim and half Christian — for almost five years with the goal of establishing an Islamic state governed by strict Sharia law. They’re ideologically opposed to Western culture, as well as the education of girls, and thus coordinated the kidnapping.

Some of the girls have escaped, but 276 are still being held captive. It’s unknown what Boko Haram intends to do with them; some believe they’ll be sold into slavery, while others contend they’ll be held for ransom. It’s also unclear what the Nigerian government is doing to help the victims, which is why activists in the African country have been holding protests and taking to social media, their frustration fueled even further by Boko Haram’s capture of an additional eight girls on May 5.

The United States has announced it’s deploying a 200-person military and law enforcement delegation to Nigeria to help in the search, and in the meantime, people all over the world are speaking out through the #BringBackOurGirls campaign.

You can see (and upload your own!) solidarity photos on this Tumblr set up by Amnesty International, and check out some of the big names showing their support below.







~~Bring Back our Girls Video/project~~

~~Uploaded May 4, 2014~~

With the current happenings in Nigeria and the abduction of the Chibok school girls, our hearts bleed for the future of Nigeria and what the country is turning into.

This could have been you and I … sisters, cousins, daughters, friends.

Let’s continue to fight the good fight as Nigerians!!

~~Vanessa Bobai~~


Reason for the kidnapping and immediate inaction of the government

“sabotage, poor governance, lack of leadership and pervasive corruption”


We ALL are ONE!!