the Met Gala, hissy fits over drag queens, and approval of even more anti-LGBTQ legislation… and that was just this week! To be queer in this country is hard enough, but the emotional whiplash of wanting to kiki about your favorite looks or needing space to breathe from so much vitriol can feel like a rollercoaster.This is reflected in this week’s new music roundup, with two of our favorite queer artists delivering some solid dancefloor hits, mixed with some acoustic renditions from a certain favorite alternative pop girl, and a touching posthumous release from a musical legend. Take a break and check out some of this week’s latest releases below in this week’s edition of “bop after bop“Todrick Hall has released an epic music video featuring none other than the HBIC herself, Tiffany “New York” Pollard.
The track, “Y.A.S”, is part of Hall’s latest album ‘Roach Killaz’ and includes a sickening rap verse from the queen of reality television.
The video for “Y.A.S” takes viewers on a dance-filled, high camp journey, starting in the wild west, moving to the streets with a Michael Jackson thriller theme, and even under the sea with some Little Mermaid teas.
Throughout the video, Todrick repeatedly sings “You Ain’t Shit” in different melodic tones while dragging a certain someone by their throat – leaving us wondering who it could be.