Watch: Janelle Monae – ‘Dirty Computer (Full Movie)’

Published: Friday 27th Apr 2018 by David

Janelle Monae’s latest creative venture has been met with warm praise this morning.

Its name? ‘Dirty Computer.’

Its purpose? To showcase the performer’s brilliance as a creative within the realms of music and film. Now, following the unveiling of its supporting album of the same name, Monae has released the project’s movie online.

Hit the play button below to watch it in full!


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  1. Darius C April 27, 2018

    Sad she never made noise or had sales but stay promoted

    • Suicide Blonde April 27, 2018

      Hey yall my boooty hole just got a good fisting hunny. Im ready for the weekend. I’m gonna be getting my f.u.c.k. on at this sexx party I’m about to hit up. I’m gonna be sucking and taking raw d|ck all weekend long. I’m in the back woods on Fire Island in NY this weekend so if you are looking for some warm mouth or some warm boooty hole look for me in the woods. You can’t miss me. I’m wearing my long pink Nicki wig this weekend.

  2. JOHNVIDAL April 27, 2018

    OMG I love “Screwed”! I knew there would be more gems on the album just like in her previous one.

  3. JOHNVIDAL April 27, 2018

    This is album of the year material dod damn it! It should be a Lorde case for this year.

  4. Olusheyi April 27, 2018

    Absolutely love this emotion picture. Good job Janelle

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  6. Barbara ‘Hunnychile’ Perez April 28, 2018

    Three decent songs on the record (Pynk, Make me feel, I like that) IMHO but good luck to her for doing her thing. Post Malone Beerbongs & Bentleys on the other hand is awesome start to finish.

    • GirlGroupFan April 28, 2018

      Nah. “Screwed” is the ish!

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