The sunny clip featured a montage video of the singer by the pool for her birthday
Janelle Monae shared a teaser of her upcoming single “Float” hit social media on Wednesday.
The clip features montage video of the singer poolside with floats, drinks and balloons, with the majority of the video appearing to be from her recent birthday celebration in December.
In the 30-second clip, the award-winning artist and author sings, “No I’m not the same, I think I’ve changed / I see something different / I used to walk in in the room with my head down, I don’t I don’t walk, now I’m floating/Floating all my, floating all that, floating/They’re clinging to that goose down in my coat.
Last month, Monáe teased the themes of “Float” for their anniversary with a tweet from a studio with the caption: “The best way to describe how I feel for this anniversary. It’s float season for me baby. Floating in gratitude… feeling much lighter. I fucked and got more for FREE.
No word on an official release date for the track. Meanwhile, Monáe has recently been present with the SeeHer prize at the 28th edition Critics’ Choice Awardand was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress in Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheads.
While the singer’s last studio album was that of 2018 dirty computerMonáe released two singles in 2021 including “Stronger” (from Netflix We the people) and “Say Her Name (Hell You Talmbout)”.