Janelle Monáe Unleashes "Django Jane" & "Make Me Feel"

Ruben Ruiz
February 23, 2018

It follows on from Monáe's appearances in Hidden Figures and Moonlight, which recently received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture.

But the multi-talented Monae, a Kansas native who ignited her career in Atlanta, has finally unveiled a new album.

The singer has returned with two tracks from her upcoming album, Dirty Computer, "Make Me Feel" and "Django Jane". "Dirty Computer" will also feature a "narrative film project" that will air in select theaters nationwide before screenings of "Black Panther".

Janelle Monae is back with not one, but two new singles called "Make Me Feel" and "Django Jane" - and you can listen to them right here!

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Both videos find Monae devoid of her trademark black and white uniform and instead awash in swirls of bold colors. The colorful, fashion-forward video, directed by Alan Ferguson (Beyoncé, Solange), captures the '80s music and dance revolution. The video was directed by Andrew Donoho and Chuck Lightning, with additional vagina monologue footage by Lacey Duke.

Still, the six-time Grammy nominee blamed her own perfectionism for making her take so long to complete the follow-up to 2013′s "The Electric Lady".

With both visuals, Monáe continues with her Afro-futuristic themes, which will likely be carried on throughout Dirty Computer.

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