Janelle Monae has a problem with the misogyny in Hip-Hop. The artist, activist and actress took to Twitter to announce her disdain has led hear to only wanting to hear women spit bars, and it goes without saying she got people reacting.
The first season of Amazon Prime's Homecoming starred Julia Roberts and the homie from If Beale Street Could Talk (Stephan James) and it was a-ight. Season 2 ups the ante and the new teaser trailer features its star, singer/songwriter and accomplished actress Janelle Monáe.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas right- except when it’s one of the hottest music festivals in the city, then LiveXLive will bring the action directly to you.
Roc Nation’s Pre-Grammy brunch has become one of the premier events during Grammy Weekend. This year didn’t disappoint with Jay-Z his wife Beyoncé, Diddy, and more got all dressed up to celebrate #BlackExcellence.
Samsung’s first threw an epic block party after the unpacking of Galaxy Note9 and now to celebrate its official retail launch they enlist the help of Janelle Monáe put on a fantastic performance.
After coming out to Rolling Stone and giving a very open and insightful interview to The Breakfast Club, Janelle Monae caps off her week with the release of her highly anticipated third studio LP, Dirty Computer.
Janelle Monae’s been carving out her own niche in the game for quite some time and having just dropped her latest LP Dirty Computer, the Southern singer is ready to be the voice of the voiceless.
Not that it ever mattered (at least, it shouldn’t have), but Janelle Monáe has come out. In a new interview, the singer and actress spoke candidly about her much speculated on sexuality.
Janelle Monáe has earned the right to be considered as one of Black music’s most innovative artists, and that distinction has led to a new position she’s undertaking with Spotify. The streaming service has announced a new hub, Black History Is Happening Now and Monáe will lead the effort as its curator along with creating […]
Singer-songwriter, performer, producer, actress, activist and Grammy-nominated artist Janelle Monáe is not playing in 2018. Just days after she blessed us with a teaser trailer for her forthcoming and highly anticipated third album Dirty Computer she gives us two new singles accompanied by visuals for both and a release date.
Once again Janelle Monáe used her stardom for good. She took the Grammy’s stage to speak on the behalf of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements.
Janelle Monae has a suggestion on how to get more men to be vocal about women’s rights and possibly even stop being evil. It involves withholding access to the vagina.