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Dirty Computer is the third studio album by American singer Janelle Monáe, released on April 27, 2018 by Wondaland Arts Society, Bad Boy Records and Atlantic Records. It is the follow-up to her studio albums The ArchAndroid (2010) and The Electric Lady (2013) and her first album not to be a part of Cindi Mayweather's Metropolis narrative

Dirty Projectors is the self-titled seventh studio album by American experimental rock group Dirty Projectors, which was released on Domino Records on February 21, 2017. Keep Your Name" contains a sample of "Sheathed Wings" by Dan Deacon.

Talk Dirty is the reissue of American singer Jason Derulo's third studio album, Tattoos (2013). The collection was released solely in the United States, after Tattoos was only released as a 5-track EP in the country. Released seven months after the original, the full-length album features seven songs from the international album as well as four newly recorded songs and was released by Warner Bros. Records on April 15, 2014.

Dirty Work – The Album is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Austin Mahone, released on 18 October 2017 by Universal Music Japan. It was only released in Japan. Since 2017, Japanese comedian Blouson Chiemi started to use "Dirty Work" as the background music of her popular comedy routine, which led the song to peak number 4 on the Japan Hot 100 Chart, also ending up being certified gold in the country

Dirty Computer is Monáe’s gift to young girls, boys, men, women and non-binary people who are ostracised just for embracing their true selves; to black men and women. It’s a message of love and hope to anyone who fears what is different, but who has capacity to learn and know better. And it’s seemingly a gift to herself, as well.

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The album might contain the strongest Prince tribute we’ve heard since his death. Since the Purple One’s death in April 2016, a slew of artists have tried to imitate his music in some way (and let’s not forget Justin Timberlake’s ill-advised tribute during the Super Bowl LII halftime show). Despite the intent, artists not named Monáe, Bilal or D’Angelo haven’t been able to capture the truest essence of Prince’s work: the silky synth chords and raw Minneapolis soul of 1999, Purple Rain or Sign o’ the Times. In the trailer that announced Monáe’s new album, the singer alluded to a narrative film that might accompany Dirty Computer.

Dirty Mind ‎(Cass, Album). Dirty, even though it might be considered very tamed by today's standards, but to people in my age group, it was like, WHAOOO"!!!! "Uptown is the cleanest song on here, so because of that I can no longer listen to it. But the memory is there, and as I remember it, It's a PRINCE CLASSIC!

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