Third full-length album from the inventive and unpredictable Janelle Monae. Despite the title (A riff on "OK Computer"?), this is her most physical album (She talks a lot about her, um, lady parts.), a dizzying and infectious mix of R&B, hip-hop, soul, pop, electronics, Prince, and more! It's a sign of the album's eclecticism that guests include Pharrell, Grimes, Zoe Kravitz, and Brian Wilson. One of the year's best albums.
Something new from the multi-talented artist.
This album!! I haven't been hit this hard by an entire album in a long time, but this is such a work of genius, from start to finish, it got inside my head on the first listen and refuses to leave. It's a science fiction funk-soul-pop masterpiece where each song on its own is great, but all the songs together transcend into something bigger. Really, all I can add is more exclamation marks. So...!!!!!!
This album available to listen to now in hoopla.
Read more about this artist in the most recent Rolling Stones magazine. https://www.rollingstone.com/music/features/cover-story-janelle-monae-prince-new-lp-her-sexuality-w519523
One of the best albums of the year. Hands down.
This is the best album of the year, so far. And its gonna take a LOT to top it. This album has EVERYthing. Its bouncy, danceable, and fun; with smart empowering, topical and sexy lyrics . There’s not really a bad song on the album; but there ARE, by my count, SIX standouts.
Janelle Monáe - PYNK [Official Video] https://youtu.be/PaYvlVR_BEc via @YouTube
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