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Check Out The New Song From Janelle Monaé, “Stronger” From Netflix’S “We The People.” – Listen It Here

The wonderful new song by Janelle Monae “Stronger”.

The song was composed for We the People, a Netflix series. “Stronger” was a song released on Thursday by the 35-year-old singer and actress. The song “Stronger” is about people standing up for one another and advocating for rights for everyone.

The song was recorded by Monáe for Netflix’s animated series We the People. There are 10 shorts within the series, designed to teach civics lessons while incorporating original songs.

A multi-year deal between the former president Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama includes executive producing the series.

Obama and Michelle Obama are producing a 10-episode show that will premiere on Netflix on July 4th about civic engagement.

In an interview with The New York Times, series creator Chris Nee said that the series was about finding ways to discuss subjects that have become so partisan without taking sides.

As far as the Second Amendment is concerned, both sides were onscreen for the same amount of time and both sides were represented.”

The series’ trailer was released by Netflix in June.

The Fourth of July is the release date for Netflix’s We the People.

A number of other artists have also contributed songs to We the People, including H.E.R., Bebe Rexha, Brandi Carlile, and Daveed Diggs.

Janelle Monáe Robinson A recording artist, musician, rapper, actress, record producer, and model, she was born on December 1, 1985. Its subsidiary, the Wondaland Arts Society, is owned by Atlantic Records and Monae. Grammy Award nominees include Monáe eight times. The award-winning singer was awarded the MTV Video Music Award and the ASCAP Vanguard Award in 2010. Besides the Rising Star Award and the Trailblazer of the Year awards, Monáe was also honored with the Billboard Women in Music Award in 2015. Throughout 2012, Monáe served as a spokesperson for CoverGirl.

2018 marked Monáe’s third studio album, Dirty Computer. On March 21, 2019, she performed the song Turntables on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, a song she composed for the documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy.

A few years ago, the singer talked about writing “Turntables” and urging social transformation through music.

Listen to the song below:

What would a revolution be without songs?” she added further that in my mind, I began to think about the people who were on the front lines. Would it be possible to give them something as a gift? This song was intended to remind them to turn the tables. Even though dealing with such traumatic events, we see that progress is being made. It has taken us a while to figure out how we can solve this. Because revolutionaries also need love, that is what I wanted to give to them. Their anthem needs to inspire them and give them a sense of belonging. The following is my attempt at that.”

The actress, meanwhile, appears in the film Antebellum, which was produced by the same guy responsible for getting Out and Us, Jordan Peele. Additionally, he appeared in series two of the Amazon Prime Video series Homecoming, which premiered earlier this year.

In a sequel to Rian Johnson’s murder-mystery Knives Out, the actress is set to play a bigger role. During the upcoming sequel, Monae will again appear alongside Daniel Craig as private detective Benoit Blanc.