Stephen Wrabel, better known as Wrabel, is a singer, songwriter, and musician. Some of his tracks chronicled the day-to-day challenges of trans youth. He now collaborates with Klingande on the single “Big Love.” It’s a catchy dance-pop track with a balance of dance floor intensity and acoustic sorrow. The song’s musical texture comes from the soothing piano chords and Wrabel’s emotion-drenched vocals. It sure will alleviate the anxieties of the pandemic.
Let’s move on to Angelica Ross. She is an actress, a businesswoman, and a transgender-rights advocate. She is best known for her starring roles in American Horror Story and Pose, but now she’s showing off her incredible singing voice for a good cause. With her new song, “Fierce,” in collaboration with Ultra Naté and Mila Jam, Ross is lifting the transgender community with a track that is as catchy as it is empowering.
Mila Jam is a transgender singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, and LGBTQ activist. Her song “Faces” emphasizes self-acceptance, inner beauty, and a sense of belonging. ‘Just Sayin’ is the first collaboration between MAKJ, MADDS, and Mila Jam, and it oozes summer vibes and global dance floor appeal. This track is a hymn to days spent at the beach, with long-tailed bass steps that wonderfully accompany the breezy vocals and sun-kissed beat drops.
Felix Kurt Jähn, professionally known as Felix Jaehn, is a DJ and record producer specializing in tropical house. He has achieved international success with a remix of Omi’s song “Cheerleader.” He came out as bisexual in 2018, claiming to be both interested in men and women. He presents “One More Time” in collaboration with Robin Schulz. This song conveys a deeply personal message, marking the beginning of a new musical chapter in his life centered on true artistic expression and musical integrity.
Next on our list is MNEK, real name Uzoechi Osisioma “Uzo” Emenike. He is a singer, songwriter, and record producer. His new song with Joel Corry, “Head & Heart,” has been unstoppable in the charts. For MNEK, it was a change from the usual double duty of making and singing tracks. This time he sang the vocals that were already in Joel’s demo and added a pre-chorus. He considers this song to be a blessing in dark and uncertain times.
Last but not least, Troye Sivan. He is a singer-songwriter, actor, and YouTuber. In 2013, three years after coming out to his family, he publicly revealed in a YouTube video that he was gay. For the “You” music video, DJ Regard, Troye Sivan, and Tate McRae go underground. The summer bop has weird visuals, swapping Troye, Tate, and die-hard stan’s faces. Nonetheless, it topped the charts for weeks.