After the release of Janet Jackson's A&E and Lifetime documentary, Janet, the singer is seeing a spike on streaming platforms. 

Jackson's 1986 album Control ranked No. 10 on iTunes, and Rhythm Nation 1814, which was released in 1989, peaked at No. 1. Additionally, her album Janet was ranked No. 5, the Grape Juice reports.

“As a testament to Janet Jackson’s legacy, her album Control rose to #1 on the iTunes US pop chart following the premiere of the doc,” A&E and Lifetime said in an announcement, according to the New York Daily News. “Currently, three of her albums — Control, Design of a Decade and Rhythm Nation — have entered the Top 10 on the iTunes US Chart.”

Starting in 2017, a documentary film crew recorded the Grammy-winning pop star for five years, according to the film's introduction. Jackson served as the project's executive producer alongside her manager and brother Randy Jackson, CNN reports.