Janet Jackson’s single “No Sleep” remains number one on the Adult R&B Songs chart for the sixth week (on the list date Oct. 10), becoming her longest running number one on the chart. This achievement surpasses her five weeks at the top with “I Get Lonely” in 1998. In it’s 14th week on the list, “No Sleep”, featuring J. Cole, climbs 4 percent in spins at the format, during the tracking week ending Sept. 27, according to Neilsen Music. Jackson has placed 27 entries on the Adult R&B Songs chart since the chart started in 1993. Over on Hot R&B Songs, “No Sleep” steps 18-17, aided by the airplay gain and 480,000 domestic streams during the week ending Sept. 24 ( a ten percent decline). It peaked at no. 7 on the Aug 17  chart. It’s so wonderful to see Ms. Jackson by on the music scene. In other Jackson news, according to Taj Jackson, son of original Jackson Five member Tito Jackson, family patriarch Joe Jackson is doing much better after suffering a stroke in late July while visiting Brazil. Taj, along with brothers TJ and Taryll spoke at an event promoting their new docuseries, “The Jacksons: Next Generation”. The three brothers along with cousins Prince, Paris, Blanket and grandmother Katherine will be featured on the show. The show premieres on Oct 2. After being warned by the Australian government of  it’s intent to ban him from the country due to his criminal history, singer Chris Brown took to social media site Twitter to explain why he thinks he should be allowed in. In 2009, Brown pled guilty to assaulting then girlfriend Rhianna, with his plea deal requiring community service, counseling and probation. Brown has since apologized for the incident and also visited Australia for  his 2011 F.A.M.E Tour and performed at the Australian music festival Supafest in 2012 with no visa issues. In his first tweet posted on Tuesday, Brown wrote that he “would be more than grateful to come to Australia to raise awareness about domestic violence.” We’ll have to wait and see if Brown is able to work things out.