Paris Jackson Makes Her Thoughts About Collaborating With Janet Clear

Just like her famous father, Paris Jackson has embarked on a music career.

A lot of people's introduction to Paris' music would have been when she and her ex-boyfriend, Gabriel Glenn, formed a duo named The Soundflowers. As reported by XS Noize, they released their self-titled EP in June of that same year. During a chat with "Good Morning America," Paris admitted there was a time where she didn't see herself going down the musical path. "It wasn't until the last couple of years where I started calling myself a musician and embracing that feeling that I think I was born to do this," she explained, adding, "I originally started writing music for myself, just as, just to get things out, to purge. It just feels good to... share it. It feels like, not butterflies in your stomach, but in your heart." Subsequently, 2020 proved to be a busy year for Paris, as she went solo after she and Glenn split and released her first album, "wilted."

Last year, the California-born entertainer teamed up with the British band The Struts for their single "Low Key in Love" and Manchester Orchestra for "adagio." When talking to People in December, Paris admitted she has upcoming material that will showcase "a new sound." More recently, she was asked if she would ever collaborate with her legendary aunt, Janet Jackson — and her response wasn't what fans might have expected.

Paris Jackson is 'not opposed' to working with Janet Jackson

Over the years, headlines have suggested that Paris Jackson and Janet Jackson are in the midst of an alleged feud and are not on speaking terms. However, neither star has confirmed whether any of this holds true. Later this month, Janet will release a two-part tell-all documentary about her personal life and career. "JANET" will premiere on January 28 on Lifetime and A&E. In September 2021, however, Paris said she can "neither confirm nor deny" when asked whether or not she will be making an appearance in the doc during a red carpet interview with Entertainment Tonight at The Elizabeth Taylor Ball.

While promoting her new movie, "Sex Appeal," on Access Daily, Paris was asked once again about her iconic aunt. This time, she was asked whether she was open to collaborating with the Grammy award-winner. "We haven't talked about it but I'm not opposed to it," Paris insisted, adding, "I love collaborating with all kinds of artists, the genre doesn't really turn me off." Even though nothing appears to be in the works right now, that does sound like an interesting collab if it were to ever happen!