Janelle Monae has marked her return to music by dropping two singles from her forthcoming new album Dirty Computer. "Django Jane" is an autobiographical rap banger, while "Make Me Feel", which playfully acknowledges Monae's fluid sexuality, pays musical homage to Prince and David Bowie (watch the videos below, but just a heads-up for some language). According to a press release, "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". In it, Janelle Monae dons an array of colorful costumes as she hits da club with Tessa Thompson.
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Both singles are available for download when you pre-order the album and can be streamed now individually across all streaming services and DSPs. "Make Me Feel" shows off Monae's best strengths: It's a funky, soulful, slightly left-field pop song that would fit right in on the INXS back catalogue.
Dirty Computer is officially slated to drop on April 27 on Wondaland Records. For more details on Dirty Computer, you can visit Monae's official website. "I self-edit myself a lot", she told Zane Lowe of Beats 1 Radio.