- HER SIGNATURE SONG WILL APPEAR ON NETFLIX OBAMA’S ANIMATION SERIES “WE THE PEOPLE.
Janelle Monáe is releasing her new R&B soul track “Stronger” on Friday (July 2). The song will appear on We the People, a 10-part animated series on Netflix about fundamental civil rights and American citizenship.
The show, which was produced with Barack and Michelle Obama, is scheduled to premiere on July 4. It will include upbeat, educational songs from famous artists such as Monáe, H.E.R., Lin Manuel-Miranda, Adam Lambert, Bebe Rexha, Brandi Carlile, etc.
Monáe often incorporates social justice into his music, and Stronger is a song about uniting in the struggle for justice, freedom, also equality. “Some of my friends taught me to dream / Some of my friends taught me to fight,” Monáe sings. “Even in times when we disagree (we know we’re all trying to save on the same day), we don’t want to live without freedom.”
Monáe also cares about voter rights: “Now they vote because people want to talk / And they check their balance because people want to eat / What they do because. They seek equality / And we pay the world with that person on the streets are /, and they love America where people want to be /, and everyone knows their rights from sea to shining sea. “
Following his previous studio album, Dirty Computer, in 2018, Monáe most recently starred in films. Gramophone Records was released as a non-album single for All In.
The Fight for Democracy, a documentary about Fair Fight Action founder Stacy Abrams, was also widely accredited for increasing voter turnout in Georgia during Georgia’s 2020 presidential election. THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. He sang “That’s Enough” and “He’s a Tramp” for the 2019 remake of Disney’s “Davey and the Tramp,” in which he also spoke lewd Peg Peg.