Bad Boy Records
7digital What we said: When you’re a pro at conjuring alternate creative universes and inhabiting android alter-egos, the most radical next step would surely be to strip away the artifice. This is precisely what Janelle Monáe set out to do on her first album in five years, explaining to the New York Times, “I knew I needed to make this album, and I put it off and put it off because the subject is Janelle Monáe.” Emotional honesty never comes at the expense of ambition, however, and Monáe maintains her reputation as Kansas’ most innovative musical export, serving up complex arrangements that encompass pop, funk and soul, with a little help from Grimes, Pharrell, Brian Wilson and her late-mentor Prince. Add frank discussions on race, gender, sex and societal inequality to the mix, and you have one of 2018’s most audacious records so far.
|Track Number||Track Title||Track Length||Track Price/Buy Link|
Dirty Computer (feat. Brian Wilson) (Explicit)
Crazy, Classic, Life (Explicit)
Take A Byte (Explicit)
Jane's Dream (Explicit)
Screwed (feat. Zoë Kravitz) (Explicit)
Django Jane (Explicit)
Pynk (feat. Grimes) (Explicit)
Make Me Feel (Explicit)
I Got The Juice (feat. Pharrell Williams) (Explicit)
I Like That (Explicit)
Don't Judge Me (Explicit)
Stevie's Dream (Explicit)
So Afraid (Explicit)
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- © 2018 Bad Boy Records LLC for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the world outside of the United States.