Janelle Monae Drops Two New Videos, 'Dirty Computer' Album Due April 27

Janelle Monae Drops Two New Videos, 'Dirty Computer' Album Due April 27

Darren Sullivan
February 23, 2018

But the multi-talented Monae, a Kansas native who ignited her career in Atlanta, has finally unveiled a new album. I feel like it's something that I need to do. Since then, she has received acclaim for her film appearances in the likes of Moonlight and Hidden Figures.

"Make Me Feel", directed by Alan Ferguson, captures the spirited, celebratory voice of MonĂ¡e as she affectionately nods to the ripe sounds surrounding the 1980's music and dance revolution.

A press release refers to Dirty Computer as an "emotion picture" that consists of an album and an accompanying narrative film.

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Yet as this article published the internet was lighting up with praise for "Django Jane" and Monae's fiercely on-point rapping.

"Django Jane" is directed by Andrew Donoho and Chuck Lightning (of Wondaland's Deep Cotton) with additional vagina monologue footage directed byLacey Duke. Both songs are from the singer-actress' upcoming third album Dirty Computer, which will be released on April 27. We officially have the album's first two singles. "You know, this is an extremely vulnerable album and it took me a while to make it because I'm a self editor". I'm like I don't want to talk about this, I don't want to talk about that. They were like OK, you said you wanted to make this album before your first album, this is the opportunity for you to just really choose honesty over mystery. Peep the artwork below and pre-order it here.