LOS ANGELES, Oct. 13 (UPI) -- A collection of U.S. pop star Janet Jackson's greatest hits is to be released as the 2-CD set "Number Ones," Universal Music Enterprises said Tuesday.
Slated for release in the United States Nov. 17, the album is to include the newly recorded single "Make Me," as well as former chart toppers like "What Have You Done For Me Lately," "When I Think of You," "Nasty," "Control," "Rhythm Nation" and "Scream," a duet with her brother, Michael, the record label said.
Jackson has already sold more than 100 million records worldwide and is one of the best-selling artists in contemporary music.
Made possible by a partnership between Universal Music Enterprises and EMI Music, her latest offering will be named "Janet Jackson: The Best" outside of the United States when it is released internationally Nov. 23.
Next year, Jackson is expected to publish her first book, "providing an intimate look at her life and how she has dealt with issues of self-esteem," the record label said.
"Janet will reveal aspects not known before about her uniquely successful career in music, television and films."
Her next studio album is slated to be released in 2010.
Jackson and her famous family have been back in the spotlight in the months following her brother Michael's June 25 death at the age of 50. She attended his public memorial service and performed a tribute to him at the MTV Video Music Awards show in New York last month. Michael Jackson's own collection of his top hits reportedly has soared in popularity since his death.