Dirty Computer

This week's #SundayAlbumClub is only the second time we've followed such a format. We usually reserve these for extraordinary cases (like Frank Ocean's latest hit), but for her, we'd do anything.

Photo courtesy of  GQ .

Photo courtesy of GQ.

This musician is a champion for everyone who's ever felt marginalised and alone because she knows what it's like to be different. And by taking these feelings into account, she has created a singular world with her newest release where the downtrodden shall inherit the earth.

Photo courtesy of  The Lily .

Photo courtesy of The Lily.

Her grace and courage in a world that constantly tries to push people into neat, organised boxes is an inspiration to us all. It seems like what we read in the papers lately are only tales about corruption, avarice, and greed. But here is a story about someone who strives to do the right thing, and to emulate what she hopes humanity to one day become.

Please watch, listen, and enjoy "Dirty Computer", the emotion picture by Janelle Monae.

I want young girls, young boys, non-binary, gay, straight, queer people who are having a hard time dealing with their sexuality, dealing with feeling ostracized or bullied for just being their unique selves, to know that I see you [...] This album is for you. Be proud.
— Janelle Monáe