New Gay Music «Outed On Friday!» – Week 19 – 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.

KEiiNO – «Summer Of My Life»

KEiiNOs highest value motto is «unity in diversity», and the Norwegian trio believes everyone should be allowed to dance colourful and free as The Northern Lights. Their mix of uplifting dancepop, folk and joik (traditional Sámi singing) has reached a broad audience beyond their nordic beginnings.

Stewart Taylor – «Cover Boy»

Singer, songwriter, MMG model, and dancer Stewart Taylor’s music blends Pop and R&B, drawing influences from early Prince and George Michael. 
Stewart grew up in a small town outside New York City, where he began writing songs and performing in local talent shows and clubs.

Neyon – «Glammed Up»

If you ever wonder whether my persona is real I have a simple answer: Yes, I love glamming up, Neyon replies.

Billy Mick –  «Leveling Up»

Gay singer/songwriter from Central Florida, Billy Mick is loving life, his community, and his family and friends.

Evan’s Explosion – «Fan (The OnlyFans Song)»

The Southwest’s most controversial pop music artist.

JP Ellis – «Take Me Apart»

John Ellis or JP Ellis as he is sometimes known is an Australian, Melbourne born actor who resides in London.

Lizz – «Alive»

In 1988, LIZZ was born in Kvamsøy, a small island paradise in Norway. 9 years old, she moved with her family to Trondheim. She grew to love music at an early age, and wrote her first song at 13.

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