A moody Pride Month playlist for the sappy sapphic

02/06/2022 11:41:00 AM

From BP Valenzuela to dodie — a gift to all the queers this Pride Month!

From BP Valenzuela to dodie — a gift to all the queers this Pride Month! PrideMonth Pride2022

From BP Valenzuela to dodie — a gift to all the queers this Pride Month!

Pride Month feels incomplete without music to pump the queers up.Fearless reporting delivered to you follow us.“Hey gays it’s Pride Month..

So here’s a playlist made for that purpose and just that purpose alone – but really, not exactly, because we’re all-inclusive here.These songs by some of the most talented queer artists may mostly be about women-loving women (WLW), but they’re for everyone to soothe their every mood — from kilig to sappy to empowered — this Pride and every day after.Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.As of this writing, Bretman remains one of the most influential gay vloggers and social media personalities, with over 8M subscribers on YouTube, 18M followers on Instagram, and 14M followers on TikTok.‘Bbgirl’ Artists: BP Valenzuela feat.August Wahh and No Rome Mood: “Hey girl, I wanna get to know you.

” “Bbgirl” lets us in on how Valenzuela might have approached girls she fancied pre-pandemic.That is, when we were all still free to roam the streets at night and bar-hop with friends.Sapphics, take note for when the pandemic is over.Play Video Besides being known for her music, Filipino singer-songwriter and producer BP Valenzuela has been on many people’s radars since she decided to finally be outspoken on social media about issues in politics and in the music industry.She’s also a vocal advocate of the queer community.

‘for the girls’ Hayley Kiyoko Mood: “Girls just wanna have fun.” “for the girls” is Kiyoko’s latest single and it does not disappoint.With a groovy bass, snappy lyrics, and a melody that you’d just want to sing along to, it sounds like it could be the 2022 Pride anthem for WLW — and just about everyone who loves anyone.Play Video American singer-songwriter, dancer, and actor Hayley Kiyoko started out young in the entertainment industry.She came under the queer spotlight after releasing “ ” back in 2015 — when queer pop music was still sparse.

No wonder she got the nickname “Lesbian Jesus” from fans.‘1950’ Artist: King Princess Mood: “Summer’s gone, but my love for you isn’t.” “1950” is introduced by King Princess’s alluring, raspy voice.Her lyrics refer to a time when same-sex love was still outlawed and likens the period to the feeling of pining for a girl who doesn’t like you back.So on a scale of one to “ ,” as she was described by a New York Times writer, how relatable is King Princess? Play Video American singer-songwriter King Princess kicked off her music career when she was just a teenager after learning how to produce songs on her own in her dad’s home recording studio.

Armored with her bold and unfiltered personality, she dropped “1950” as her debut track back in 2018, when she was 19.‘Honey’ Artist: Kehlani Mood: “I’m in lesbians with you.” “Honey” is a soulful hit released only in 2018, but it already sounds like a classic lesbian love song.It stars Kehlani’s smooth R&B voice and an on-point guitar cruising beside her throughout the song.It may just be the nudge you need to finally ask them out.

Play Video American singer-songwriter Kehlani is undoubtedly an open book.In her music, and even in interviews, she comfortably talks about her evolution as an artist and a human being.After identifying as queer and bisexual for so long, she officially on her TikTok in 2021.‘Touch’ Artist: Shura Mood: “I don’t know what we are, but I still wanna dance — with you.” Released as Shura’s debut single in 2014, “Touch” starts out shy, then blurts its motive out of confusion and desire.

From start to finish, it juggles the are-we-or-are-we-not question that’s so often a quandary for the queer.Take a listen If you want to feel a bit sad but still jacked up this Pride.Play Video Though a bit reserved as a person, British singer-songwriter Shura doesn’t hold back when it comes to her music and her sexuality.She’s known for her bedroom-pop sound but delivers more than that with the themes and lyrics of her music.Aside from singing about love, she goes on about “existential angst, indecision, panic attacks…and paralyzing shyness,” according to a.

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