Janelle Monae reveals 'The Electric Lady' tracklist featuring Prince, Solange, Erykah Badu

Miguel will also feature on singer's forthcoming new LP

Janelle Monae reveals 'The Electric Lady' tracklist featuring Prince, Solange, Erykah Badu
Janelle Monae has revealed the tracklisting for her forthcoming new album 'The Electric Lady'.

The LP, which will be her second full-length album, is set for release on September 10 and will feature a number of high-profile cameos including a collaboration with Prince on the track 'Givin Em What They Love' and a duet with Solange titled 'Electric Lady'.

Other songs on the 19-track double album will include 'QUEEN', a collaboration with Erykah Badu which was released earlier this year, and the Miguel-featuring 'PrimeTime', which features a sample of the Pixies' classic 'Where Is My Mind?'. You can watch the video for the album's most recent single, 'Dance Apocalyptic', by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

The full tracklisting for the LP is as follows:

'Suite IV Electric Overture'
'Givin Em What They Love' (featuring Prince)
'QUEEN' (featuring Erykah Badu)
'Electric Lady' (featuring Solange)
'Good Morning Midnight'
'PrimeTime' (featuring Miguel)
'We Were Rock & Roll'
'The Chrome Shoppe'
'Dance Apocalyptic'
'Look Into My Eyes'
'Suite V Electric Overture'
'It's Code'
'Ghetto Woman'
'Our Favourite Fugitive'
'Victory'
'Can't Live Without Your Love'
'Sally Ride'
'Dorothy Dandridge Eyes' (featuring Esperanza Spalding)
'What An Experience'






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