Week 48 of the LGBTQ Music Chart of 2023 has been released, so let’s dive into the Top 50 songs that have received the most love and appreciation from listeners. This incredible playlist is an absolute must-have for this upcoming weekend, ensuring you have the perfect soundtrack to enjoy.
The Top 10 of LGBTQ Music Chart are revealed first exclusive on the LGBTQ Music Chart radio show on 107 Meridian FM on Saturdays at 5PM GMT // 18.00 CET // 19.00 EEST // 02.00 AM Sydney Sunday // 04.00 AM Auckland Sunday// 12.00 AM New York and Toronto – after the radio show you’ll find the full LGBTQ Music Chart here on lgbtqmusicchart.uk.
This week, we have an amazing artist taking the number one spot! O!Dorian is rocking it with his fantastic song «Dancing Brokenhearted». And let’s not forget to watch out for Joel Brogon and his awesome track «The Perfect Pair», securing the twentieth spot this week. Keep up the great work, everyone!
No Fan Favourite this week – listen to the show how to vote on your favourite song on this weeks chart.
Do you want to vote for Fan Favourite ? You need the password (only small letters) from the radio show – but here you go (if you don’t have it, then listen to the show next time).
This week’s amazing throwback is the incredible James Lee with his hit song «I Can Only Imagine»! Our fantastic radio host Tim Graham has handpicked this gem from all the previous entries on the LGBTQ Music Chart. Enjoy this fantastic track!
The individuals who have been recognised as the newcomers of the week are Benjamin. Their latest single, titled «Uutta Exää», has achieved the impressive feat of reaching the #4 position on the chart. Furthermore, the song that has been selected as the Song of the Week is «Only me and you», which has been created by Johnny Neff. As of this week, it has secured the #32 spot on the chart.
The talented artist Nenroe has decided to temporarily remove the song «Cobra» from Spotify and Apple Music. As a result, the song has been suspended from the LGBTQ Music Chart, leaving the playlist with only 49 entries. The artist will be able to submit new music to the LGBTQ Music Chart again after 2 January, 2024, as long as the music is released after that date. Let’s all work together to make sure this doesn’t happen again, so that we can continue to enjoy Nenroe’s music on the LGBTQ Music Chart. Let’s spread positivity and support for LGBTQ artists!
Have you noticed our new voting system ? Now you can vote on your favourite songs once every hour – so you don’t need to choose anymore!