Singer songwriter Janelle Monáe has released the forth single of her forthcoming LP 'Dirty Computer', titled 'I Like That'.
Monáe has been active in the music scene since 2010, when she released her critically acclaimed debut album 'The ArchAndroid', reaching number 17 on the Billboard 200. In 2012, Monáe featured on FUN.'s track 'We Are Young' which reached number one in the Billboard Hot 100. In 2013, Monáe released her second album, 'The Electric Lady', and in the time following she has starred in critically acclaimed films 'Hidden Figures' and Oscar Best Picture 2017 'Moonlight'.
'Dirty Computer' is due for release on April 27, following the release of three additional singles, 'Django Jane', 'PYNK' and 'Make Me Feel'.
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