New Gay Music «Outed On Friday!» – Week 33 – 2021

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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.

Joe McElderry – «I Am An Army»

Joe McElderry launched his career as the sixth season winner of the British television singing competition The X-Factor.

Smashby & Divina De Campo  – «Make A Scene»

Smashby is not just the one that got away on MTV’s hit dating show Love Squad, he is taking the world by storm with his catchy bops and infectiously energetic persona. Divina De Campo is the stage name of Owen Farrow, a seasoned British drag queen and singer.

MKSM & Jaako – «2021»

MKSM sees himself as a voice for the marginalised. The singer-songwriter and violinist has many identities within himself: as an openly gay late re-settler, he came to Germany to find his language – he stuttered heavily in the past – and to study classical violin to become a pop musician. Jaako a pop addict from Berlin. He is a producer. and a songwriter.

Matell – «I want my independence»

American Top 50-CHR singer/songwriter/producer and occasional actor Matell!

Tamara Jenna – «Mary J»

Tamara Jenna is a Queer R&B/Rap Artist from Balsall Heath Birmingham. She has recently celebrated the release of her debut album «Pleasure from Pain».

Olivia Swann –  «Gaslight»

Olivia Swann is a rising independent British artist who serves R&B-flavoured, jazz-influenced music with a dark side of pop.

AVIV & OCTAVIO the Dweeb – «Black Coffee»

AVIV’s mom and dad forced her to take piano, guitar and singing lessons when she was younger. This is the outcome

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