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My name is Gareth. I'm 22. Welshman, living in England. Just finishing off my postgraduate studies (I study Medieval History of Art) in Kent.

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"You always interpret the masculine the classic masculine dressing with the feminine and the drama.”

André Leon Tally interviewing Janelle Monáe at the 2014 Met Gala (x)

Ms Monáe I love thee.

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"Somewhere along the way, R&B got lost—gatekeepers have recycled sounds and not kept up, musicianship has declined,“ she says. ”I really did want to make one of the greatest R&B albums of this year, but I want to innovate as well."

Classic beauty!

Electric Lady right here people.

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Title: Fashion Artist: Paolo Nutini 223 plays

Paolo Nutini feat. Janelle Monáe - Fashion

There’s more to life than sex appeal but sometimes it takes an angel to remember.

Shit this song is awesome. Janelle’s rap is freaking beautiful.

Paolo Nutini’s new album has a song with Janelle featured. Yes yes yes yes yes!

 Janelle Monáe sings Rock Steady with Kimbra.

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Title: What is Love (Jordan Postrel Remix) Janelle Monae Artist: Janelle Monáe 29 plays


Janelle Monae - What is Love (Jordan Postrel Remix)

Things are about to get techy.

Gone and added this to me running playlist. Weird and not a shade on original but it’s an alright remix.

Title: Smile Artist: Janelle Monáe 303 plays


Title: What Is Love Artist: Janelle Monae 2,425 plays

'What good is love, if it's not your love?'

This woman.

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The one and only Janelle Monae. Photos by Kwaku Alston.

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Janelle Monae … simply beautiful


The post-millennial resurgence in Afrofuturism has been one of the more fascinating and welcome developments of the last decade or so. This trend been written about a fair amount in relation to music — the most prominent example is Janelle Monáe and her ArchAndroid mythos, but there’s also the hyperspace hip hop of Flying Lotus and Deltron 3030 and the more esoteric work of acts like Ras G and the Afrikan Space Program, whose most recent album, Back On the Planet, was one of the under-appreciated joys of last year. And once you start digging, there’s a wealth of writing that addresses the future from the perspective of people of color, from the reasonably well-known to the fascinatingly obscure.

The problem, of course, is that none of this stuff is getting made into the sort of big-budget Hollywood extravaganzas that the layman calls to mind when he thinks of sci-fi. 

Don’t Blame Science Fiction for Hollywood’s Race Problem


Janelle Monáe performs “What Is Love” from Rio 2 for the Idol audience!!