Afro-Punk has gone from the name of a message board to a movement in less than five years — and the scene just keeps growing.
"I felt it was my duty as an artist and as a young African-American woman to support Afro-Punk," Monáe told us at the Afro-Punk Festival last summer.
"I think it's very important to let people know that we're not all the same. Diversity needs to be promoted more … I love being in that environment, and that is something I am trying to promote."
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