Outed On Fridays!

New Music – «Outed On Fridays!» – Week 35

It's the end of a work week and that means, new music are released - so here is this week's «Outed On Fridays!».

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These are this week’s artists on «Outed On Fridays!» and make sure to follow the «Outed On Fridays!» playlist on Spotify to get the latest music.

Allan Jay – «I Owe You Nothing»

Allan Jay are back with a new single, currently he has another single on the LGBTQ Music Chart – «Work Ya Love».

Joel Adams – «Kingdom»

Do you remember the sexiest Australian humming from 3 years ago ? That’s right that song was called «Please Don’t Go» and was mega hit around the world. Now he is back with out the humming.

Primme – «Give Me Life»

My best Primme is back with a new single, his previous single «Boys» has spent 11 Weeks on the LGBTQ Music Chart and still are on the chart.

Tristan Jackson – «I’ve Been Waiting»

Tristan Jackson are an up and coming Canadian pop singer and he is out and proud.

Bertie Scott & Disero – «Thinking Bout You»

The angel voice are back and this time Bertie has joined forces with Disero. Bertie entered the LGBTQ Music Chart last week at #5 with his hit single «Higher».

James Leon – «I Thought You Were My Friend»

London-based LGBTQ music artist that you’ll hear more about next week here on LGBTQ Music Chart – so keep an eye on new posts.

Trey Pearson – «Hey Jesus»

This song are from Trey’s album «Love Is Love» from 2017, but he has just released a music video for it – that makes it still relevant right now. He is very much a role model for the whole LGBTQ community especially the Christian LGBTQ community.

Kamferdrops – «Fuck You, Jag Älskar Dig»

This is a Norwegian / Swedish group – the singer are Norwegian, but they mainly sings in Swedish. The group has great connection with LGBTQ community.

«Outed On Fridays!»

This playlist are updated every Friday with new music – so it might not reflect the artists mention above.

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