JANELLE MONÁE

to release highly-anticipated third album

DIRTY COMPUTER

on Friday April 27TH

Two singles with accompanying visuals for

MAKE ME FEEL and DJANGO JANE

— available today

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Make Me Feel, directed by Alan Ferguson, captures the spirited, celebratory voice of Monáe as she affectionately nods to the ripe sounds surrounding the 1980’s music and dance revolution. Delivering electric vocals, pop hooks and confident, female-driven lyrics, Monáe brings the song to life in a vibrantly colored video highlighted by provocative silhouettes moving across the screen. Django Jane underscores Monáe’s ability to unleash her biting, unapologetic flow in a song that embraces contradictions as part of the beauty of individuality. The video was directed by Andrew Donoho and Chuck Lightning with additional vagina monologue footage directed by Lacey Duke. The song is a powerful black girl magic womanifesto that celebrates the strength of black women and black culture while addressing the trials and tribulations of identity in the 21st Century.  Both videos are streaming now on Monáe’s YouTube channel.

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The Dirty Computer project was heralded with a very special teaser that premiered last weekend ahead of screenings of Marvel Studio’s history-making Black Panther. Notable outlets such as NPRBillboard, and W Magazine, among others, praised Monae’s cinematic range and vision. The trailer is streaming now via YouTube and Monáe’s official website

2016 saw Monáe embark on her film acting career with stellar performances in two milestone films, Hidden Figures and Moonlight; both films received Academy Award nominations for Best Picture, with the latter winning the award at the 89th Academy Awards.

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Follow JANELLE MONÁE
FACEBOOK | TWITTER | INSTAGRAM | YOUTUBE

www.warnermusic.com.au

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AMNPLIFY – DB

My nickname is “The Amnplifier”. Why? Because around here my focus is on being a conduit for providing greater outcomes that people come here for. My day to day “work” is living in the moment, and I love helping others concentrate on finding their connection to themselves through their experiences.

Why start a music environment? The truth is I love music, I love writing, and I love life. I work with musicians every day, and I feel certain that I will be until they put me in the ground. I have been managing people in businesses of some sort for over thirty five years so along the way I have developed some “wisdom” from my regular and constant “observations”.

Amnplify your experience. That is what we want you to do here, and if you want to let me know why you do, or don’t, shoot me a message on Facebook.

Hope you enjoy yourself here and find something that hits you somewhere.