Published: Fri, February 23, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Merle Christensen

Janelle Monáe releases two new singles, Make Me Feel and Django Jane

Janelle Monáe releases two new singles, Make Me Feel and Django Jane

The singer/actress will drop the CD on April 27, and it is now available for pre-order.

Of the two tracks, "Make Me Feel" has generated more buzz, possibly because the video feels like a musical celebration of bisexuality and winks at ongoing speculation over the nature of Monáe's relationship with her co-star, Tessa Thompson. It's airing before Marvel's Black Panther in select theaters nationwide. The two videos that accompany the singles are a part of the Emotion Picture.

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The 32-year-old has spent the last few years scooping up acting roles in Oscar-nominated flicks Moonlight and Hidden Figures, but is now set to return to music with her third studio album releasing this year. Its music video, directed by Alan Ferguson, snaps between Monáe in a colourful club scene and some eye-catching choreography. The video was directed by Andrew Donoho and Chuck Lightning - with additional "vagina monologue footage" (it'll make sense once you see the video) directed by Lacey Duke. Monáe's timing is right on time with what looks to be another carefully crafted and creative piece of work.

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". If you haven't done so already peep the unbelievable trailer for the album below.

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