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Wrabel “Turns Up The Love” with new single, talks about sobriety & working with P!nk, Kesha & the Backstreet Boys

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A post shared by wrabel (@wrabel)Authenticity in the music industry can be hard to come by these days, but when stumbling upon an artist like Wrabel, you’ll find a genuine, soulful artist whose songwriting speaks with intention.The 34-year-old singer-songwriter has a unique way of diving to the heart when writing music, pulling out some of the most heartfelt lyrics and soaring melodies that have the ability to resonate not only with his own personal life experiences but with a wide range of audiences.

With the recent release of his latest EP ‘chapter of me’ and the new single “Turn Up the Love,” the official anthem for AT&T’s LGBTQ+ initiative, Wrabel isn’t afraid to turn the page to a new era of sincere creativity and self-expression.We chatted with Wrabel about his approach to his new music, his plans for Pride, his latest single “Turn Up The Love” and what it’s like to collaborate with so many of our favorite pop girlies.

Read on for our full conversation below!QUEERTY: Your new single “Turn Up the Love” recently debuted at AT&T’s Miami Beach Pride event and is out today!

With it being the official anthem of AT&T’s 2023 PRIDE campaign, what does being a part of this campaign mean to you personally?WRABEL: Robert from “Turn up the Love” at AT&T reached out to me and asked if I could write an anthem for their LGBTQ+ initiative.

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