Janet Jackson
Janet Jackson waves upon her arrival at New Tokyo international airport in Narita, east of Tokyo, April 9, 2008.Reuters

Janet Jackson has brought in serious changes to her lifestyle after embracing Islam.

The singer, who is married to business magnate Wissam Al Mana since 2012, has accepted her husband's faith as her own, and now wants her music and dance to be less raunchy.

"She feels like she has found a home with her new religion and has told members of her family, who completely respect her choice," a source told The Sun, according to Emirates 24/7. "She has spent a great deal of time studying the religion and its followers. The days of raunchy dance moves and sexual lyrics are long gone for Janet."

The 49-year-old sister of the late Michael Jackson also ends her "Unbreakable" tour shows with the phrase "Insha Allah", which means "if Allah permits."

Janet is not the first member of her family to convert to Islam. Jermaine Jackson embraced the religion back in 1989 after a trip to Bahrain. In an interview shortly after Michael's death, Jermaine had said that his brother too would have embraced Islam had he been alive.

"I felt that if Michael would have embraced Islam he would still be here today and I say that for many reasons," Jackson told the BBC's Ed Butler. "Why? Because when you are 100 per cent clear in your mind as to who you are and what you are and why you are and everybody around you, then things change in a way that's better for you. It's just having that strength.

"God is so powerful. He was studying. He was reading a lot of books, because I brought him books from Saudi Arabia. I brought him books from Bahrain. I was the one who originally put him in Bahrain because I wanted him to get out of America because it was having a cherry-picking time on my brother."