Janet Jackson Selects “Mindless Behavior” To Open For Her On Several U.S. Tour Dates

People sleep on Janet but she has always had a good eye for talent, after all this is women who once had a young Usher and a little group called *NSYNC open for her well before they were household names. This time around Janet has selected LA-based teen group Mindless Behavior to open for her in select North American cities of her upcoming Janet Jackson NUMBER ONES: Up Close & Personal Tour.  Mindless Behavior will join JANET for twelve dates, most of which are already sold out. I’ll admit the kids aren’t bad, don’t know if they will be the next B2K (minus the molestation drama), but they have a shot. Check them out in the vid below.


Mindless Behavior is comprised of four teenagers, Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray and Princeton. Mindless Behavior was formed at a Los Angeles based audition hosted by Conjunction Productions head Walter Millsap and Streamline Records head Vincent Herbert in 2008. Prodigy, Princeton, Roc, and Ray Ray were the stand out performers due to their skill in dance, vocals and overall performance. After two years of artist development, Herbert, who also discovered Lady Gaga and has executive-produced all of her music, introduced Mindless Behavior to IGA Chairman Jimmy Iovine, who immediately offered the talented teens a record deal.

The teens previously performed to rave reviews and roaring crowds at malls and schools across the US, and opening sets with the Backstreet Boys (This Is Us 2010) and Justin Bieber (Pop-con 2010 & My World Tour 2010). Joining Janet Jackson’s tour will be the largest tour for them to date.

Mindless Behavior joins Janet on the selected dates listed below:

  1. Mon-Mar-07 Chicago, Chicago Theater
  2. Tue-Mar-08 Chicago, Chicago Theater
  3. Wed-Mar-09 Chicago, Chicago Theater
  4. Sat-Mar-12 Toronto, Sony Centre Theater
  5. Sun-Mar-13 Toronto, Sony Centre Theater
  6. Tue-Mar-15 Boston, Wang
  7. Wed-Mar-16 Uncasville, Mohegan Sun
  8. Fri-Mar-18 New York, Radio City
  9. Sat-Mar-19 New York, Radio City
  10. Mon-Mar-21 New York, Radio City
  11. Tue-Mar-22 Washington D.C., Constitution Hall
  12. Thu-Mar-24 Washington D.C., Constitution Hall

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