All for You is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Janet Jackson. Released on April 16, 2001 by Virgin Records, its development and theme was rooted in Jackson’s separation from husband René Elizondo, Jr, experiencing dating for the first time.
Unlike The Velvet Rope, which saw Jackson tackling darker issues such as domestic violence and depression, All for You showcased an upbeat dance-pop sound, incorporating rock, house, and funk, as well as soft rock and Oriental music.
Its composition focuses on passion, romance, and intercourse, also discussing themes of betrayal and deceit. The explicit language and sexual content of several songs drew media controversy, causing the album to be banned in several countries.
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