Miss Fame from season 7 of RuPaul's Drag Race has embarked on a music career and yesterday released her first music video, "Rubber Doll".
Says Miss Fame of the song:
Rubber Doll is a new take on a drag record. It details how my obsession with beauty and makeup helped me to evolve into an alluring creation that captivates imaginations. The words are taken from entries in my own journal[...]Rubber Doll showcases my dual personas: my public and private selves. I play both roles in this twisted game of life, and both have helped mold me into the extraordinary form I am today.
Adam Lambert's newest single "Ghost Town" dropped the other day to promote his upcoming album The Original High, which will be available on June 16th.
The music video itself is a slick Hype Williams-directed affair and the song itself, which jumps back and forth from light rock to house with a light splash of trance, is interesting and engaging, and may take a minute to grow on you. It's also begging for a remix, so expect to hear a variation of it that runs wild with the house bits in the clubs before too long.
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Always to be relied on to do something completely different, the album would appear to be the closest that Broderick has come to pop in a prolific career that has included modern classical piano solos, electronica, folk, installation soundtracks and most everything in between.
The throwback-flavored track is a soaring break-up track, complete with sassy lines that shut down the guy she's singing about. They are the kind of lyrics that might have speculate that the track is about her recent split from Nick Cannon. Or perhaps it's just Carey returning to form as the queen of post-heartbreak empowerment.
The ACLU filed the first freedom-to-marry lawsuit in the United States in 1970. 45 years later they are at the Supreme Court to fight to win the freedom to marry for couples in all 50 states.
Backed by Tegan & Sara's "Closer," the video, which may bring a tear to the eye, includes clips from Thirtysomething, Longtime Companion, The Kids Are All Right, Roseanne, Glee, ER, Orange is the New Black, Will and Grace, In & Out, Transparent, The Wire, The Golden Girls, The Real World, Northern Exposure, Friends, The Simpsons, Parks and Recreation, Grey’s Anatomy, Modern Family, and The Birdcage.