Music Posts Tagged as 'Sex'
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Dizzy - MISSIO
If I Killed Someone For You - Alec Benjamin
Saints - Echos
Warning: Jittery Camera 27-Jul-2019
Enough - Goblins From Mars
Un Mundo En Silencio
Christine + The Queens thinks music is becoming more progressive
Christine & The Queens' Héloïse Letissier believes pop can tackle LGBTQ subjects ''without being questioned''.
The 30-year-old singer - who identifies as pansexual, meaning she is attracted to a person regardless of their sex or gender identity - feels the music industry has always been progressive but she thinks it's becoming ''more nuanced'' and more able to discuss in depth issues surrounding sexuality and gender.
Self Control - Bebe Rexha
Historias de Gaveta
A Message To Myself - Roo Panes
Back of My Mind - Two Feet
The Night I Danced With...
She makes him feel like that. 24-Nov-2018
Erode - Tender
Chun Wai Chan
Whethan feat. Flux Pavillion & MAX
Sometimes its best to leave them right where you met them. 23-Sep-2018
Jason Mraz Opens Up About His 'Two Spirit' Sexuality: 'I've Had Experiences With Men'
Jason Mraz is opening up about his sexuality.
The “I’m Yours” singer, 41, revealed in an interview with Billboard that his wife of three years, Christina Carano, helped him embrace his sexual identity, which he explored during their relationship.
“I’ve had experiences with men, even while I was dating the woman who became my wife,” he said.
Meet Sakima, The Pop Crooner Who Wants to Talk About Gay Sex
"F--k me like I'm a problem. I'm a problem," croons about-to-be-on-your-radar R&B singer Sakima on "I Used to Have an En Suite," the opening track to his new EP, Fascimile. In the four songs, the 26-year-old platinum blonde makes it clear: it's about time we hear about gay sex on the radio.
Rather than playing it safe like mainstream LGBTQ artists ("That music is so dull. I’m so over the narrative"), Sakima sings about sex in a way that wouldn't be unusual for a heterosexual artist, but is rarely heard coming from queer lips. It's unfiltered, but mature -- and necessary.
On the heels of his EP's release, Billboard talked to the rising star about challenging clichéd mainstream gay tropes, the importance of Grindr and how Zayn Malik inspired one of his tracks: "His songs are really cool now that he's not in that really s--t boy band."