Janelle Monáe Robinson, known professionally as Janelle Monáe, was giving birth to on December 1, 1985. Her place of birth is Kansas City, Kansas, United States, and her mother was a Caretaker and her father was a junk truck driver who strived with drug addiction throughout Monáe’s tender age. She finished her education from American Musical and Dramatic Academy and she has a great passion for music from the very early age before she moved across to New York City to study drama at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy, where she attended a performing arts camp called Freedom Theatre, which is the most aged.
She started her career as an American singer, songwriter, actress and model signed to her own impression, Atlantic Records and Wonderland Arts Society.
In 2001, Janelle Monáe Robinson established the Wonderland Arts Society with some like-minded young artists; in 2003 she released her first EP The Audition. Even though it did not place highly on the Billboard charts it was reported that only 400 copies were pressed, After making fame with her first unauthorized studio album, she openly appeared with an abstract EP titled Metropolis, which was choose as number 115 on the Billboard 200 in the United States.
In 2010, Janelle Monáe Robinson released her first completed studio album, The Arch Android, a concept album sequence to her first EP, which was released by Bad Boy Records. The album earned a belittling acclaim and amassed the Best Contemporary R&B Album nomination at the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards. One of her song, Tightrope, was also designated for Best Urban/Alternative Act in the same ceremony; the album has also been more fruitful both commercially and officially getting to the number 17 spot on the Billboard 200, with the help of the industry recognition.
Before the year 2012, her music has earned her six Grammy Award nominations. She appeared as a guest vocalist when she emerged as number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart that was her first show case in the US Top. Same year Monáe became a Cover Girl spokeswoman. Janelle Monáe Robinson released her second studio album On September 10, 2013, The Electric Lady, October 16, 2013 “was named as Janelle Monáe Day” by Boston City Council the city of Boston, Massachusetts, in identification of her creativity skills and social leading. She had a leading role in two feature films, Hidden Figures and Moonlight.