Janelle Monáe has released new powerful track ‘Turntables’, written for and featured in the upcoming Amazon Studios documentary All In: The Fight For Democracy.
The anthemic song marks the Grammy Award nominated singer-songwriter’s first new music since her 2018 landmark third solo album ‘Dirty Computer’, featuring hit tracks like ‘Make Me Feel’, ‘Django Jane’, ‘Pynk’, and ‘I Like That’.
‘Turntables’ was penned by Monáe alongside Nathaniel Irvin III and George A. Peters with production by Nate “Rocket” Wonder and Roman GianArthur.
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Examining voter suppression in the US, ‘All In: The Fight For Democracy’ was directed by Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning filmmaker Liz Garbus and Oscar-nominated and Emmy-nominated filmmaker Lisa Cortés, and produced by Garbus, Cortés, Academy Award-winning producer Dan Cogan and Stacey Abrams. The documentary will be available to stream exclusively via Amazon Prime Video from Friday 18 September.
In addition, Monáe is set to star in the much-anticipated thriller Antebellum, which will also be available to view on demand at home from Friday 18 September.
Janelle Monáe is one of the most celebrated artists of our time. The talented 8x Grammy-nominated artist is also a producer, performer, activist and fashion icon, and renowned across the globe for her inimitable style and visionary sound. As part of her humanitarian efforts, she holds a co-chair position for When We All Vote, whilst her Fem the Future initiative is dedicated to empowering and inspiring other female filmmakers, creatives as well as society as a whole.
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