JANELLE MONAE (Mary Jackson) is a Grammy-nominated
singer-songwriter, performer, producer and CoverGirl spokesperson known for her
unique style and groundbreaking sound. Immersed in the performing arts at a
young age, she founded her record label the Wondaland Arts Society releasing the
EP "Metropolis: Suite I (The Chase)." In 2010, Monae released the highly
anticipated and critically acclaimed "ArchAndroid," which reached No. 17 on the
Billboard Charts and earned her two Grammy nominations, including one for the
hit single "Tightrope." Monae performed at that year's awards alongside Bruno
Mars and B.O.B. 2013 saw the release of the critically acclaimed album "The
Electric Lady" featuring Prince and Miguel, which reached No. 5 on the Billboard
Top 200 Chart. The album's first single "Q.U.E.E.N." garnered rave reviews and
the accompanying video received over 4 million YouTube views in its first week
and a coveted MTV VMA Moonman. In February of 2015, Janelle launched her very
own label, Wondaland Records.
Most recently, Monae was featured in the Super Bowl 50 Pepsi commercial titled,
the "Joy of Dance," wherein she pays homage to some of the greatest musical acts
of past and present. She makes her motion picture debut in Hidden Figures.
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