Grammy-nominated artist Janelle Monáe has simply launched a standalone music video for her monitor “Crazy, Classic, Life” from her album Dirty Computer. The video itself is from the start of Monáe’s movie venture Dirty Computer - An Emotion Picture, and it options Monáe in a punk aesthetic partying along with her different mates, or “soiled computer systems.”
The video begins with Monáe driving in a hover automobile with a buddy. They’re stopped by a safety bot that examines them to ensure they’re “clear,” earlier than flying off.
After the coast is evident, Monáe steps out of the automobile, opens the trunk, and a handful of individuals come out of the trunk. Soon afterward, Monáe and her crew head to a clearing the place they throw one of the crucial colourful queer-themed events of a lifetime.
"I'm not America's nightmare, I'm the American cool. Just let me stay my life," Monae sings within the monitor earlier than breaking into the refrain.
The video ends with the social gathering getting crashed by the group in control of Monáe’s universe. Everyone will get arrested, whereas Monáe and Tessa Thompson lock eyes as they escape from the commotion.
Monáe was just lately nominated for album of the 12 months on the 2019 Grammy Awards for Dirty Computer and finest music video for the monitor “Pynk.”