Janet Jackson is set to release her new album later this year, her first since 2008's Discipline. So far, she's unveiled tour dates and a 43-second snippet of a new song, all before announcing the name of the album. But you paid close enough attention to the title of her upcoming world tour, you can probably guess what it is.

According to Entertainment Tonight, Janet's upcoming album will also be titled Unbreakable. A source goes on to explain the meaning behind her new music, and how its message correlates to the title: "The music icon wants her message to the world to be that through mistakes, pain and loss, the bonds of love are Unbreakable.”

Unbreakable marks Janet's eleventh studio album, and it's also the first new music she's released since the untimely death of her brother, Michael Jackson, in 2009. While there's no word as to whether any of the music will reference Michael directly, the theme of the album makes sense in relation to all that Janet's been through over the past six years. Entertainment Tonight goes on to report that the album will be about "the human spirit, love, marriage, Janet's precious family and her fans."

Janet first posted the 43-second track snippet on Twitter, writing, "I wanna tell you how important you are to me! Love J." The song reads as a sort of love letter to fans with the lyrics, "I lived through my mistakes / It’s just a part of growing / And never for a single moment / Did I go without your love / You made me feel wanted / I wanna tell you how important you are to me / Love.

There's no word as of yet on the album's release date, but feel free to decide which tour stop you'll be attending while you wait.

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