Janelle Monáe unveils Pharrell and Brian Wilson-featuring tracklist for new album ‘Dirty Computer’

The musician will release her third studio LP on Friday (April 27), and has directed fans to her website to learn more about the new songs

Janelle Monáe has shared the full tracklist for her imminent new album ‘Dirty Computer’, revealing collaborations with the likes of Pharrell and Brian Wilson.

Monáe’s third studio album will hit shelves on Friday (April 27), and will mark her first full-length LP release since September 2013’s ‘The Electric Lady’. The musician previously explained that the five-year gap between albums was largely a consequence of the death of her close friend Prince in 2016.

Monáe has now unveiled the tracklist for ‘Dirty Computer’, revealing collaborations with the likes of Pharrell (on ‘I Got The Juice’), Wilson (‘Dirty Computer), and Zoë Kravitz (‘Screwed’). Check out the full tracklist below.

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1 Dirty Computer [feat. Brian Wilson]
2 Crazy, Classic, Life
3 Take a Byte
4 Jane’s Dream
5 Screwed [feat. Zoë Kravitz]
6 Django Jane
7 PYNK [feat. Grimes]
8 Make Me Feel
9 I Got the Juice [feat. Pharrell Williams]
10 I Like That
11 Stevie’s Dream
12 Don’t Judge Me
13 So Afraid
14 Americans

Fans who want to find out more about the specific inspiration behind each of ‘Dirty Computer”s tracks can head on over to Monáe’s website, where a new interactive feature can be accessed which explains some of the meanings behind the new songs.

http://link.brightcove.com/services/player/?bctid=2497214080001

Earlier this week, Monáe announced a new set of tour dates in support of her new album.

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