Trump’s indictment, harmful anti-trans legislation being passed this week, or just following along with Gwyneth Paltrow’s ski crash trial, it’s safe to say we deserve a chance to, as Loosey Laduca would say, let LOOSE this weekend.Thankfully, your favorite queer and LGBTQ+ allied artists have got you covered because this Friday is stacked with some club bangers, synthpop jams, and emotional ballads that will meet all your music needs and give you a moment to breathe.With a little bit of rap, pop, R&B, and even some K-pop, let’s dive into this week’s bop roundup!Since his breakout in 2018, Holland has been a trailblazer as one of the first openly gay K-pop artists, paving the way for representation in an industry that isn’t always accepting of the LGBTQ+ community.
Fans have eagerly awaited new music from him, and he’s finally returned with “NUMBER BOY,” a moody synthpop track showcasing his signature sound with mid-tempo electro beats and an anthemic quality.Holland’s impressive vocals add an otherworldly vibe to the music, and the music video features the artist serving various looks, including a scene covered in glitter and a deconstructed denim and gold dress.
The video encapsulates Holland’s message of queer resistance, central to his work as an artist in a society still growing in acceptance. “NUMBER BOY” displays Holland’s growth and promises even more to come.Everyone’s favorite “material gworl” is back with another banger!
Hot on the heels of his last hit “Bop Bop,” back in November, Saucy Santanna’s new song “1-800-Bad-Bxtch” is another quotable track from the groundbreaking rapper that will have you bouncing along from start to finish.In the video directed by Jake Wilson, Santana stars as a telemarketer and.