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.
Patrik Jean – «Feel Like Christmas»
Patrik Jean is a Swedish artist and songwriter from Stockholm. Growing up in a big family, music quickly became his way to be heard. Throughout the last few years, while writing songs for other artists he has kept the most personal ones for himself. When the time was right, he started releasing those honest and emotional stories as an independent artist.
James Lee – «I Can Only Imagine»
So from a very young age, James Lee knew he wanted to perform in some sort of context, he remember as a kid working his charm, collecting glasses at his uncle’s wedding while looking pretty hot in a velvet two-piece at the age of 6 – He knew he would be an entertainer one day.
Tom Tom Park – «Somebody Just For Me»
Dutch Tom Tom Park writes and produces sparkly songs and teams up with talented singers. His songs lift you up as there is no rhythm in life without music.
Scissorthief – «Be Here»
Scissorthief is a Dallas based alternative pop/rap project created by Tim Pryor. As a gay man, he was always afraid of seeming like a stereotype so he primarily wrote and performed butt-rock and metal. Now, he don’t care. This is who he is.
Bubblybaby – «Everybody Falls In Love (Except Me)»
Happy kid who likes sad songs. Theirs name is bb and they make music in their bedroom.
Paul Andrews – «Into Existence»
Paul Andrews is an artist who wants to give the listener an experience. His artistic purpose is to create his own world of elevated pop music.
Paul Usher – «Don’t Show Me Heaven»
A self-taught pianist from the age of 12, Paul is inspired as much by Childish Gambino as he is Oscar Wilde, says www.icmp.ac.uk
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.