Why Janelle Monae is ‘standing up to bullies’ on her new album

Janelle Monae has rarely avoided the opportunity to address inequality. The R&B star’s first three albums form a pointed dialogue about freedom, class, and acceptance – albeit in a futuristic, sci-fi setting. Her latest record, though, is firmly rooted in the present day, with the star responding to the political and social upheavals in the […]

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