Janelle Monáe unveiled a futuristic standalone video for her track "Screwed" on Monday (Jan. 7). The monitor and visible options Zoë Kravitz, and is a part of Monáe’s movie challenge Dirty Computer - An Emotion Picture.
The video begins with Monáe and pals waking up on a rooftop, then rapidly operating away after recognizing a safety bot flying within the air. The group finally ends up at an underground occasion, the place they begin taking part in devices and dance underneath flashing lights.
Later, three screens present politically-charged pictures, together with the Statue of Liberty, protests, and fires. Finally, actress Tessa Thompson is dragged off by the safety officers and brought away in a hovercraft.
"Screwed" tackles post-election melancholy, in addition to the present political local weather. The track seems on Monáe's album Dirty Computer, which is nominated for album of the yr on the 2019 Grammy Awards.