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Janelle Monáe Frees Herself

 

Janelle Monáe is crying in her spacesuit. It's early April in Atlanta, and she's in one of the basement studios of her Wondaland Records headquarters, surrounded by computermonitors and TV screens, one of them running a screensaver that displays images of her heroes: Prince, Martin Luther King Jr., Pam Grier, Tina Turner, Lupita Nyong'o, David Bowie. She's about to reveal, for the first time, something the world has long guessed, something her closest friends and family already know, something she's long been loath to say in public. As she sings on a song from her new album, Dirty Computer, "Let the rumors be true." Janelle Monáe is not, she finally admits, the immaculate android, the "alien from outer space/The cybergirl without a face" she's claimed to be over a decade's worth of albums, videos, concerts and even interviews – she is, instead, a flawed, messy, flesh-and-blood 32-year-old human being. 

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Grammys 2019 Nominees: The Complete List

 

The 2019 Grammy nominees have been unveiled, and as always, there are plenty of surprises in the Big 4 categories and more than a few tight races that should prove almost impossible to call. 

 

On Friday's (Dec. 7) CBS This Morning, 2018 best new artist winner Alessia Cara, Apple Music host Zane Lowe, Janelle Monae and Shawn Mendes announced select categories, with the full list being revealed shortly thereafter on Grammy.com. The announcement was pushed back from Dec. 5 due to President George H.W. Bush's funeral. 

 

The two most-nominated people at the 61st annual Grammy Awards are both hip-hop. Kendrick Lamar leads with eight noms, and Drake follows with seven. Producer Boi-1da and Brandi Carlile earned six apiece, making Carlile the most nominated woman at the 2019 Grammys. Cardi B, Childish Gambino, H.E.R., Lady Gaga, Maren Morris, producer Sounwave and mastering engineer Mike Bozzi follow with five nods.

 

Meet J. Lamaar

 U.S. Army Veteran that always had a passion for music. Born in Fort Hood TX and raised in High Point NC. He write songs about his life, love and pain. Recently completed his military service and now he is pursuing to let the world hear his sound. He states that he refuses to sound like every other artist. One of his missions is to bring back the real pure sound of RnB with a mix of what is current by being himself. He believes that if you become obsessed with your goals and what you believe in then that is all you need to get started. His up and coming EP titled "In the Clouds" will be released December 1, 2018.
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