A week away from the release of the album “Unbreakable”, Janet Jackson has released another single, “Burnitup!”, featuring Missy Elliott. Jackson revealed the track yesterday on BBC Radio 1, with Mistajam playing the song twice, back to back immediately. The club ready jam was debuted during Jackson’s “Unbreakable” tour in August, building further anticipation for her first studio album in seven years. Following the announcement of the  “Unbreakable” track list, the inclusion of Missy Elliot brought a great deal of attention. The hip hop icon hasn’t released any new music of  her own since 2008 and her last feature was on Faith Evans’ “I Deserve It” last year. “Unbreakable” hits stores on Oct. 2. R&B/soul legend Gladys Knight is getting her dance on with her new single “Just A Little”. Available on all digital platforms today, the upbeat track teams the seven time Grammy Award winner with fellow Grammy winner and producer Symbolyc One, aka S1. Written and produced by Knight protégé/R&B singer Avehre, “Just A Little” is the lead single from the singer’s 12th studio album. Knight says she wanted something she could dance to. A video for the song will be released soon. It looks like singer Chris Brown’s plans to tour Australia and New Zealand could be scrapped due to his off stage behavior. An Australian government minister has indicated that the R&B star won’t be allowed to tour the country in December because of his off stage behavior. Speaking at the launch of a federal initiative to prevent domestic violence, Michaelia Cash stated that she would recommend that immigration minister Peter Dutton refuse the 26-year-old singer a visa on character grounds. According to reports, commercial radio network Nova FM has backed out of it’s arrangement to sponsor the tour. A story on Brown’s visit appeared on the company’s web site but was removed The New Zealand leg of the singer’s tour is currently standing on shaky ground as well. An immigration official there said that he would be ineligible for a visa unless given special direction in light of earlier decisions from the U.K. and Canada to deny him entry.