But the multi-talented Monae, a Kansas native who ignited her career in Atlanta, has finally unveiled a new album.
"Make Me Feel", meanwhile is a funky R&B track, on which you can hear Prince's influence. A teaser trailer appeared on the musician and actor's YouTube channel last week (February 16), and was also shown before screenings of Black Panther at USA cinemas. In "Django Jane", Janelle is the ring leader of a black girl clique with a mission to "let the vagina have a monologue", and I have never wanted to be initiated into a society more.
If "Django Jane" and "Make Me Feel" offer any indication as to what to expect from the triple threat's latest, it's to expect the unexpected, because these two songs sound nothing alike - and the same goes for the vibes of their captivating visuals. Fans will also note a release date (April 27) and album artwork tossed into the mix.
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Despite conceding the goal at home, after being ahead, Willian is positive going into the second leg. Lionel Messi scored his first goal against Chelsea in nine Champions League appearances.
In an interview with Beats 1, Monáe opened up about the "extremely vulnerable" album, which is based on a concept she's had prior to her debut The ArchAndriod.
Watch below! You can also pre-order the album on iTunes. I self edit myself a lot.
Her last album was 2013's The Electric Lady, released via her own imprint Wondaland and Bad Boy Entertainment. Since then, she has received acclaim for her film appearances in the likes of Moonlight and Hidden Figures.