Janet Jackson Hires Entire String Ensemble for a Private Concert for Her Three-Year-Old Son Eissa
Janet Jackson's son Eissa is her musical protege, and the caring mother hired an entire string ensemble for a private concert for the talented three-year-old.
The photo features Janet herself posing with the New York-based Joyous String Ensemble from the Joyous Music School, including young Eissa's favorite cellist, Justin Yu.
JANNET IS THANKFUL
It was in the captions she let her fans know that it was a private concert for little Eissa and also expressed her gratitude to the artists, claiming that they were all incredible.
Since it was evident from her post that both Janet and Eissa were present at the music school, fans did gather up in the comments section to complain about the absence of the little one in the snap.
One fan went right on to inquire about young Eissa, before complaining that he was tired of not being able to witness the talented toddler grow up.
Another fan had a similar remark, to quite a few others, as she questioned if the fans were not going to see the "lil dude" for another fifteen years or so.
Besides the curiosity of where the little musician was, the fans were also amazed at how dedicated a mother Jannet was to have assembled an entire ensemble for her son.
Janet has also previously claimed that she considers her son the "greatest gift of all," and that it was a blessing from God that she had a baby boy at the age of 50.
AN INCREDIBLY MUSICAL CHILD
Previously, the Grammy-award-winning artist gushed over young Eissa on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon," when she revealed that her talented toddler could play the violin and the cello.
In the same episode, the proud mother informed the audience that her son was an incredibly musical child and played quite a few instruments, including the violin, which he learned when he was just two years old.
According to the "Miss You So Much" singer, she did not even have to push her son to pick up music as he has a natural affinity to classical music and loves playing chordophones.
The young toddler even knows how to recreate his famous uncle Michael Jackson's signature dance steps, and loves the iconic song "Smooth Criminal."