It’s official: Janelle Mone’s rule breaker settings are epic (no one’s really surprised). It has everything you want and music icon. The Grammy-winning singer even sang all her popular songs, such as “Screwed” and “Pynk” (the same costume as music videos). But if you can’t see the show, don’t worry – read on to understand what Mone is doing and repeat some magic in Rule Breakers.
It can be said that the theme of Mon e’s performance is love. In her performance, the artist told the audience, “this whole experience is rooted in love. I feel so much love tonight. ” She also wanted the crowd to be happy and proud, and with a friendly message in support of the LGBTQ + community, she said, “Whoever you like or love, welcome to my show.” The crowd is as electric as she is. Speaking of electricity, the talented actor sang “Lady Electric” and dedicated it to the crowd, saying, “For girls, for the future, for saboteurs… we make the rules.” It’s just symbolic.
In addition to her inspiring message, Mone also focuses on spreading love among people, asking everyone to form a heart symbol with their hands, “but only if you believe in the power of love.” But perhaps the most surprising and incredible part of the night? Mon e stage Dove – not once, but two times!
Mon e is not the only one who performs well on the Rule Breakers stage. The guests also got DJ Samantha Ronson, who played all our favorite pop songs, such as “Finesse” by Cardi B and Bruno Mars and “Work It” by Missy Elliott. Then, Grammy nominated actor Sofi Tukker to appear on stage as a fan – favorite “Baby, I’m the Queen.”
Overall, the 2008 Rule Breaker campaign is full of uninterrupted excitement, endless fun, from roller skating to Instagram activation. Some of the more popular moments include making your own Tassel Earrings and finishing your nails in case you want to prepare for the festival for Mone, Ronson and Sofi Tukker. Who doesn’t want that?
If you can’t participate in activities in person, you can still get the pleasure of ruler. Rule Breakers is a month-long celebration on a variety of platforms, including Bustle’s September numbers issue, cross-disciplinary rule breakers, highlighting their courage and incredible achievements. As Kate Ward, editor-in-chief of Bustle Digital Group, wrote in the Bustle Digital Rule Breaker question:
“Apart from the rule breakers who wander through the corridors of the Bustle Digital Group every day, this month we celebrate those who refuse to give in to those who improve the world for women and anyone marginalized.”
We have always known that Mone was a pioneer dedicated to creating our own lives for all of us. But her strong performance in Rule Breakers on Saturday was awesome.