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Janelle Monáe calls for Donald Trump’s impeachment

Janelle Monáe, a fervent advocate for racial equality and LGBTQ+ rights, has just called for Donald Trump’s impeachment. Her strong words are in response to a series of racist tweets from Trump aimed at four minority congresswomen. Over the weekend, Trump went on a Twitter rant against Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib, Ayanna Presley and

Lizzo joins Janelle Monaé at Coachella: Watch

Janelle Monaé brought the juice to Coachella, and she had the crowd — including fellow R&B queen Lizzo — twerking along. Toward the end of her Friday set, Monaé welcomed both Lizzo and Tierra Whack to the stage as she performed “I Got the Juice” from her 2018 album, Dirty Computer. At the encouragement of Monaé,

Janelle Monáe inducts Janet Jackson into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame: Watch

Friday night saw the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame class of 2019 formally inducted during a ceremony at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Helping welcome pop icon Janet Jackson into the ranks of music history was an artist some might describe as the heir apparent to Miss Jackson’s legacy, Janelle Monáe. Having the Dirty Computer singer welcome

Janelle Monáe brings Dirty Computer to Austin City Limits: Watch

Before the weekend hit, Consequence of Sound provided you an early look at Janelle Monáe’s appearance on PBS’ Austin City Limits with video of her performing “Make Me Feel”. The episode aired on Saturday, and you can now watch the entire thing below. The eight-song performance leaned heavily on material from Monáe’s latest record, Dirty Computer, which many are looking at

Top 10 Songs of the Month: Cardi B, Drake, Janelle Monáe, and Prince

Kanye West may have us all fast-forwarding to June 1st, but let’s not forget that April was absolutely jam-packed with remarkable music. From dropping jaws at Coachella to revealing a baby bump on SNL to conquering the Billboard Hot 100 with practically every song charting off her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, Cardi B has

Janelle Monáe, J. Cole, Jaden Smith denounce Kanye West for supporting Trump

Kanye West has spent much of the day defending his “brother” Donald Trump, who share a common bond over “dragon energy.” “Free thinkers don’t fear retaliation for your thoughts. The traditional thinkers are only using thoughts and words but they are in a mental prison,” he tweeted, adding: “You don’t have to agree with trump