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«Outed On Friday!» – Week 12 – 2024

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Outed On Friday!

Can you believe it's the end of another grind of a work week? Well, fear not, because today is the day we've all been waiting for - new music drop day! Welcome to this week's edition of «Outed On Friday!».

Hey music lovers! Get ready for some fresh tunes hitting the LGBTQ Music Chart next week. Five new songs are gearing up to shake things up and challenge the top 50. It’s always exciting to see new contenders enter the mix, so make sure to cast your vote for your favorites. Who knows, your pick could end up at the top of the chart! Don’t miss out on the opportunity to support your favorite artists and make your voice heard. Stay tuned and get ready to groove to some new beats!

Just a heads up that voting for the LGBTQ Music Chart always kicks off on Mondays. And guess what? The big reveal of the chart happens on the LGBTQ Music Chart with Tim Graham radio show, ( the radio show are syndicated and find out when and where here) ! How cool is that? So make sure to mark your calendars and tune in to see which LGBTQ artists are making waves in the music world. It’s always a fun time listening to the latest hits and discovering new talent. Don’t miss out on the excitement!

You can always check out the complete chart here on lgbtqmusicchart.uk after the radio show has aired. And guess what? The songs you voted for last week will be front and center on this week’s show. So make sure to tune in and see if your favorite tracks made it to the top!

The LGBTQ Music Chart Radio show is set to play some fantastic songs next Saturday. If your song didn’t make the cut this week, it may be because you didn’t submit it for consideration. To have your music featured on the show, be sure to submit it to the LGBTQ Music Chart. This is a great opportunity to showcase your talent and reach a wider audience within the LGBTQ community. Don’t miss out on the chance to have your music heard on the airwaves next week!

KEiiNO – «Hero, Baby»

KEiiNO mixed Norwegian melodies, joik, and pop 5 years ago, gaining a huge global following. Since winning viewers Eurovision hearts in 2019, they’ve released 30 songs, led the charts, won awards, and been nominated at the Spellemann Awards. (Pronouns They/them )

Darin – «Electric»

A prominent figure in Sweden, Darin is widely known for his remarkable success, achieving numerous historic milestones such as seven No. 1 albums, 30 gold or platinum singles, 400M streams on Spotify, and multiple Swedish Grammy wins.(Pronouns He/Him)

Jack Scott – «Get a Clue»

Jack Scott, a talented singer-songwriter, is presently located in the vibrant city of Los Angeles, where he continues to captivate audiences with his unique musical talents and captivating performances. (Pronouns He/Him)

Olly Alexander – «Dizzy»

Olly Alexander is an English singer, actor, and LGBTQ+ activist. He gained fame as the frontman of the pop group Years & Years, which secured two top albums on the UK Albums Chart, a top single, and five top ten hits on the UK Singles Chart. He will represent the UK at Eurovision 2024 in Malmö, Sweden. (Pronouns He/Him)

Emmett – «Cold Fire»

Irish Electro-Pop musician Emmett debuts a captivating new track titled «Cold Fire» that stirs up powerful emotions. (Pronouns He/him)

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!

Written by: Ephram St. Cloud


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