Saturday, February 24, 2024

«Outed On Friday!» – Week 05 – 2024

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Ephram St. Cloud
Ephram St. Cloud
Ephram St. Cloud writes about music for LGBTQ Music Chart!

It’s finally the end of another long work week and you know what that means – brand new music is dropping today! So get ready for this week’s edition of «Outed On Friday!» We've got all the latest releases for you to enjoy.

5 exciting new songs are all set to take on the 50 incredible songs on the LGBTQ Music Chart starting from Monday. These songs are the challengers for next week’s chart and we can’t wait to see which ones will make it to the top! You have the power to vote for your favourites starting from Monday – head over to the voting page and let your voice be heard!

Keep in mind that voting always begins on Mondays, and the exciting LGBTQ Music Chart will now be unveiled on the LGBTQ Music Chart radio show on 107 Meridian FM every Saturday 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 show airs, you can always find the complete chart published on this website. The song(s) you voted for last week will be the highlight of this week’s radio show.

(You’ll get to listen to these awesome songs on the LGBTQ Music Chart Radio show next Saturday!) If your song wasn’t included this week, did you submit it to challenge the LGBTQ Music Chart ? if not that is the reason why it was not considered!

Thomas Jenssen – «Take me to heaven»

This song was considered for the final of Melodi Grand Prix, Norway’s selection for Eurovision. Norwegian artist and songwriter from Levanger, Norway. (Pronouns He/him)

Lauren Kidd – «Hope In The Morning»

A visionary, romantic, and companion, Lauren Kidd embodies the essence of humanity that resides within each of us. (Pronouns they/them)

Olok – «Jake»

He is a singer/songwriter with a lot of talent, and he don’t have any experience in the commercial music industry. The music he make comes straight from the deepest parts of his being. (Pronouns He/him)

Sweeney – «Daddy-O»

Queer, nomadic, Australian electro-pop music is a unique and innovative genre that combines elements of electronic music with pop sensibilities. Sweeney, Daddy-tronica, from the dry continent, brings a fresh and exciting sound to the music scene, captivating audiences with his distinctive style and captivating performances. (Pronouns He/him)

Beth Warburton – «Rafaela»

Beth Warburton is a transgender singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist from Manchester. Her songs, which defy categorization and genre, often feature highly personal, honest lyrics and hauntingly beautiful melodies.(Pronouns She/her)

Hey there! Our playlist gets a fresh update every Friday with new and exciting music, so keep an eye out for that. Please note that the artists mentioned above may not be featured on the playlist due to this update. To stay up to date with the latest and greatest tunes, make sure to follow us on Spotify or Apple Music. We only add songs that have been released on Amazone Music, Apple Music, YouTube and Spotify to our LGBTQ Music Chart. Thanks for being a part of our community!

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