Music Posts Tagged as 'Video Gay Swatch'
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Nobody Knows Me (Peter Rauhofer's Private Life Mix) - Madonna
Madonna (MDNA Tour)
Blonde Ambition Tour
Queen of the misfits. 24-Oct-2018
Back to Black (Roman Ks 7" Extended LP Mix)
First the colors, then the addiction and abuse. 08-Sep-2018
I Am Not A Robot (Starsmith 24 Carat Remix)
Marina and the Diamonds
Ira Podshivalova Choreo
"Lovely" - Billie Eilish with Khalid
Alice & The Giant Emptiness
I wanted to explain to my lover what it felt like living brown in a predominantly white gay ghetto. We chose to retire with our own people so we could finally settle into safety and harmony. I never met a more hostile and prejudice group of men and women. I'm only whole again when my lover pulls me back and reminds me what home is...us. 20-May-2018
"Ghost of Mine" - Kailee Morgue
I am Syd Stone
Silence of Your Heart
Pra Siempre (Thiago Di Melo)
I wanted to celebrate love but it made my lover cry. It's how we love and I am grateful for it. Happy V-Day. 14-Feb-2018
World Gone Mad
Pretense is costly. 10-Jan-2018
14 LGBTQ Rappers Owning The Game
Despite all the beef and the sometimes problematic lyrics, the rap game is a whole lot more inclusive than you thought. There are several out and proud gay rappers who are absolutely killing it with diverse, sometimes hilarious, sometimes poignant lyrics that you should definitely be vibing along to. From Mykki Blanco to Young M.A, these are artists who deserve your attention and support as they rally for visibility as queer artists and absolutely bangin’ MCs.
Sakima's Dirty Pop: Meet Music's New Queer Voice
London artist Sakima was first attracted to a boy when he was 6: “I remember very distinctly a group of girls laughing at me and weirded out that I fancied a guy,” says the electro-R&B musician born Isaac Sakima. Though the feelings weren't reciprocated (“He was straight, as far as I know”), his childhood crush serves as the namesake for the 26-year-old’s Ricky EP (out Oct. 13). Through the seven songs, the singer-producer fetishizes daddies, rejects heteronormative traditions and explores the lexicon of Polari, a coded language used by gay men in Britain in the 1950s and ’60s, when homosexuality was illegal.