Janet Jackson has done it again. Not only has she scored her fourth win in last week's Boombox Battle, but her song enters the Hall of Fame today, which is also her second time receiving the honor.

While her last induction into The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame was for "No Sleeep" over the summer, her new song "Unbreakable" has also wooed fans everywhere. The track has earned the top votes for four consecutive weeks. The title effort off her latest No. 1 album of the same name was produced by longtime collaborators Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. And while it's a love song, "Unbreakable" isn't necessarily for a lover. Instead, this track is dedicated to the fans who have been by her side since the beginning.

“Faithful love that I will always keep first / My heart will never be hurt / Family that walks through fire for me / So I don’t get burnt / Fans and friends chime in / To a love that’s true blue / I dedicate myself to you,” she sings.

Her journey to the Hall of Fame started by knocking August Alsina and his song, "Why I Do It" featuring Lil Wayne, out of the running toward the Hall of Fame. She then battled against Tinashe's "Player" featuring Chris Brown," followed by Usher's dark ballad "Chains" featuring Nas and Bibi Bourelly. Janet finally sealed the Hall of Fame deal when she went up against Kelly Rowland and her track, "Dumb."

Other artists who have entered The Boombox Battle Hall of Fame include Fetty Wap, Young Thug, T-Pain and Janet's late brother, Michael Jackson.

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