7 new songs are ready to challenge the 50 songs on the LGBTQ Music Chart from Monday. For the challengers for next week chart, we had over 30 submitted songs to choose between, but still only 7 available spots.
Alekxandr – «Fireflies in Brooklyn»
Alekxandr is an artist from Wales, coming to you from an attic in south east London. He is inspired by the sea, romance and the particles between us.
Ben Boden – «New Moon»
Ben Boden is an unsigned artist from London that has incorporated his love of musicals and the classic sounds of Stevie Nicks, Beautiful South, and Elton John, along with inspirations from fresh artists such as Taylor Swift and Maggie Rogers.
SNG – «Look At Me»
From an obsession with futuristic technology to a background in dance and surrealist art, Los Angeles based Laotian-American artist SNG has bridged his multifaceted interests into a career that makes you want to dance, makes you want to think, and makes you want to revel in all the fun the world can be.
James Hinton – «Before»
Birmingham-raised, London-based singer and songwriter. A late bloomer in the music game but trying to be brave and sing his truth.
Sergi – «Despierto»
Sergi Ibor, known as Sergi, is a Spanish artist, singer, composer and producer.
Michael Butera – «The Green Garden»
Since the age of 11, Melbourne based singer/songwriter Michael Butera has written and recorded over 300 original works and is no stranger to the open stage.
Genny Random – «Bibbidi Chulo»
Genny Random, a rather bizarre and eclectic character, has to his credit a record production that over time has faced different styles and musical genres. He is a DJ known mainly in the Italian LGBTQ scene.
«Outed On Fridays!»
This playlist are updated every Friday with new music – so it might not reflect the artists mention above. Like it, so you don’t miss out on brand new music! Only songs that is released on YouTube and Spotify can be added to the LGBTQ Music Chart.
«Agony» is the latest addition to his catalogue that explores the duality of the highs of love vs the dark realities of heartbreak. Never one to shy away from the absurd, Dean intentionally designed all imagery around the single to draw attention to the colourful and «picturesque» moments captured but with hints of decay and rot seeping in background, such as insects appearing on his face and hands.