Queer musicians are everywhere these days. Since we're taking a look at all things queer this month on LTASEX, I wanted to take a look at some of the queers making noise these days.
LE1F is one of those artists I can't avoid, in a good way. He's got dope beats, great legs, weave that slays and he's smart as all hell. Get to know him.
I admit that I don't know much about Brooke Candy. But her style is dope, she's mad ratchet and, well, I think that's just swell. I first saw her in Grimes' video for "Genesis" and I knew she had that special
The spiritual successor to Tracy Chapman, Me'shell Ndegeocello is a soulful breath of fresh air. She's been around for a while but you definitely haven't seen her on MTV. I don't even think she has a YouTube channel, yet she's selling records and racking up six-figure view counts.
I first found out about Big Freeida Da Queen Diva through her RuPaul collaboration "Peanut Butter" but she's got something all her own. The undisputed queen of bounce is here to get everybody's body bouncing,
I found Eric Himan through a podcast I don't listen to anymore. I still listen to him, though. I met him at Motor City Pride when in 2008. He gave me his guitar pic; I still fanboy every time I play the CD I keep it in.
If there's something I can't resist it's a strong woman. When it comes to Angel Haze, I don't won't to resist. Once I found "Werkin Girls" I was hooked.
Whenever queer artists talk about their faves, Mykki Blanco is usually the one they talk about. I trust their tastes and with good reason.