Contrary to the long held belief that she has been recording a follow-up to “Discipline,” Janet Jackson says there are no plans for an album — at least, anytime soon. “There was a time where I was actually in the studio and I was recording, but Iâm not working on an album,” Jackson told Rolling Stone this week. “There have been a lot of record labels that have asked me to sit down and talk with them, but I donât know if I want to do something completely independent, or go with a major.” Late 2009 it had been reported that Jackson was working with Rodney Jerkins as well as longtime friends Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. There is no word as to whether Jackson will release those songs in the future. “Discipline,” released in 2008, was Jackson’s last studio album with a major label. She has since released a hits collection, which ended up being a double disc set covering everything from “Control” to “Feedback”.