Janelle Monáe supplied followers a sneak peek at her new single “Float” by way of social media on Wednesday (Jan. 25).
“No I’m not the identical/ I believe I carried out modified/ See, somethin’ not the identical/ I used to stroll into the room head down/ I don’t stroll, now I float/ Float all of my/ Float all of this/ Float,” they sing within the 30-second clip posted to her Twitter account.
Monáe beforehand teased the themes of “Float” on her thirty fifth birthday in December with a separate tweet from the recording studio that learn, “Finest option to describe how I’m feeling on this birthday. It’s float season for me child. Floating in gratitude…feeling a lot lighter. F—ed round and received extra FREE. I’m not the identical n—a. I simply … Float…Love you.”
Although Monáe didn’t share an official launch date for the observe together with the snippet, “Float” will mark the R&B star’s first new music since starring in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Thriller alongside Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Kate Hudson, Dave Bautista, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Madelyn Cline and extra. Earlier this week, the Netflix homicide thriller sequel earned an Academy Award nomination for greatest tailored screenplay.
Whereas the Display Actors Guild Award winner’s most up-to-date studio set stays 2018’s Soiled Laptop, they launched two singles in 2021: “Stronger” (from Netflix’s We the Folks) and protest anthem “Say Her Title (Hell You Talmbout).” Subsequent, the nonbinary star will seem on Friday’s (Jan. 27) episode of RuPaul’s Drag Race, the place she’ll guest judge the season 15 queens on the runway in a trend design problem.
Hear a preview of Monáe’s “Float” under.