Janelle Monae came through a year ago with extraordinary compared to other R&B albums of 2018. Dirty Computer was a passionate crazy ride that notched like R&B yet in addition had pop hits. Monae’s development as an artist is shown through her design decisions and complex melodic accounts. She proceeds with one of those accounts in her most recent music video.
Monae dropped the visual story with her single “Crazy, Classic, Life,” and she proceeds with the story with her most recent exertion. Monáe, Tessa Thompson, Zoë Kravitz, and their group wake up following a night of drinking and acknowledge they are being stalked by a stellar flying robot in “Screwed.” They escape into a gathering, where they are stalked by adversaries too. While that waiting diversion is being played, Monae sprinkles her cutting edge R&B enchantment on scenes loaded up with outwardly staggering outfits and motivating craftsmanship.