New Gay Music «Outed On Friday!» – Week 13 – 2021

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Outed On Friday!

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

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. You can vote on these songs from Monday – here is the voting page.

Peter Wilson & Sean Smith  – «One and One»

Peter and Sean joins forces once again after their mega success with their version of «Verona» back in 2018/2019. With «One and One» I smell a new success.

Rhoadse – «Commitment»

Rhoadse is a Pop/Electronic artist based in Los Angeles, California. Their mix of catchy pop melodies and elements of genres such as Hyperpop and Electropop creates music as extravagant as them.

Matell –  «Fragile (Help Someone)»

«Fragile» coming on the heels of «How I’m Missing You» and «Tell Me» both songs were Number 1’s on the Sales charts at Junodownload in the UK.

Amanda Bay – «Prisoner»

Amanda is a multi-talented performer that can act, sing, dance and write her own songs. She combines her two passions, acting and music, to create songs that can inspire the world.

Ferdinand – «How Many How Often»

Brazilian singer Ferdinand is back and poking fun at religion with his single «How Many How Often». The song is a satire of Christianity and its neurotic preoccupation with people’s sexual practices. This is his second single and now features a fully produced music video.

Neyon – «Get High»

Berlin based queer pop singer «Get High» starts his new techno glam pop era with its first single.

PJ Hopper – «Broken»

A Geordie Londoner, PJ lives in the South of the city with his boyfriend and their Staffordshire Bull Terrier.


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.

Written by: Ephram St. Cloud