Janelle Monáe has finally returned with the first taste of her new music and forthcoming “Emotion Picture.” Five years since her last album The Electric Lady, the multi-faceted artist liberates “Make Me Feel” and “Django Jane,” the first two singles off her upcoming third solo album, Dirty Computer.
The funky “Make Me Feel” takes inspiration from Monáe’s late idol Prince with its vintage vibes. The colorful, fashion-forward video, directed by Alan Ferguson, captures the ’80s music and dance revolution. Check it out below.
On the inspiring track “Django Jane,” Monáe celebrates black women and black culture with an unapologetic flow, while delivering a message about identity. The video was directed by Andrew Donoho and Chuck Lightning, with additional vagina monologue footage by Lacey Duke. Check it out below.