BitchTapes: Happy Pride Month!

Janelle Monáe in the Make Me Feel music video

Janelle Monáe in the “Make Me Feel” music video (Screenshot from Janelle Monáe/YouTube)

This story was originally published on June 1, 2018.

Happy Pride Month! Each June, and throughout the year, we celebrate LGBTQ communities. We honor the work so many queer revolutionaries have done to make the world better for all us. This BitchTape kicks off Pride Month for Bitch by highlighting the LGBTQ artists you should be listening to all year round.

Track List:

1. Kera & the Lesbians - “Balls”

2. Big Freedia - “Rent”

3. Janelle Monáe - “Make Me Feel”

4. Dizzy Fae - “Booty 3000”

5. Hayley Kiyoko featuring Kehlani - “What I Need”

6. Vardaan Arora - “Feel Good Song”

7. Kumbia Queers - “Mientes”

8. Boody and Le1f - “Soda”

9. Shea Diamond - “Keisha Complexion”

10. Neon Trees - “Sleeping With a Friend”

11. Adore Delano featuring Alaska Thunderfuck - “I Look Fuckin Cool”

12. Mykki Blanco - “I’m In a Mood”

13. Shamir - “On the Regular”

14. George Michael - “Outside”

15. THEESatisfaction - “QueenS”

16. Angel Haze - “Black Dahlia”

17. Hurray for the Riff Raff - “The Body Electric”

18. Bronze Avery - “Secrets”

19. Solomon Ray - “El Otro

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20. Hervé and Zebra Katz - “Tear the House Up”

21. Too Attached and Peaches - “I’m Afraid of Men (Remix)”

22. Bec Sandridge - “You’re a Fucking Joke”

23. Cakes Da Killa - “New Phone (Who Dis)”

24. Against Me! - “333”

25. Brendan Maclean - “House of Air

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