The best new LGBTQ artists are out, loud and proud

The best new LGBTQ artists are out, loud and proud

For years, the LGBTQ group has danced, partied and prayed on the altar of straight divas.

With all due respect to Diana, Madonna and Britney, take into account including these LGBTQ artists to your celebration playlist this Satisfaction season. They’ll have you ever dancing sooner than you may say yaaaaas!


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Lizzo doesn’t actually do labels. Her music? A Rainbow Brite mixture of R&B, rap, soul, pop and digital dance. Her sexuality? “I personally don’t ascribe to only one factor,” she instructed Teen Vogue earlier this 12 months. However who wants labels whenever you’re touring with Haim and serving as a visitor decide on “RuPaul’s Drag Race”?
Pay attention for: “Good as Hell”
The place and when: Satisfaction Island (Pier 97, Hudson Pier), Saturday

Years & Years

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Since 2010, Olly Alexander and his Years & Years bandmates have been honing the artwork of setting craving to a beat you may dance to. If the lead single of their second album, out in July, is any indication, they’ve discovered the right auditory cocktail for audiences thirsting for LGBTQ anthems.
Pay attention for: “King”
The place and when: Brooklyn Metal, Sunday;

Hayley Kiyoko

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She began as a toddler mannequin and “Scooby-Doo!” movie star. However Hayley Kiyoko shook off her kiddie picture and burst onto the music scene together with her 2015 anthem “Ladies Like Ladies” (92 million views and counting). Now 27, she’s identified for her cinematic movies, frank lyrics and dedication to creating it OK for different women to love women.
Pay attention for: “Curious”
The place and when: Madison Sq. Backyard, July 24

Troye Sivan

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The Australian heartthrob not solely seems and feels like an angel, he gave a portion of the ticket gross sales from his first tour to LGBTQ charities. Sivan’s new singles, which he not too long ago carried out on “Saturday Evening Dwell,” are digital odes to homosexual love and lust. Reward be!
Pay attention for: “My My My!”
The place and when: Radio Metropolis Music Corridor, Oct. 9

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