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WERUradio Celebrates Pride All Year Long With Spotify Playlist



At WERUradio, we celebrate the rich diversity and vibrant energy of the LGBTQIA+ community through music. Our latest playlist is a testament to this spirit, featuring bangers, anthems, and tracks from LGBTQIA+ artists who define the Urban Sound of Pride. Expect a mix of the slickest hip-hop and R&B from an urban LGBTQIA+ perspective. The Spotify Playlist is updated weekly and currently has over 235 titles. Here are some of the entries from this week.



Quincy Tyree - "Serious"

Cleveland-based rapper Quincy Tyree brings us "Serious," a track that's all about confidence and authenticity. With lyrics like "Y'all can't keep up with a nigga like me," Quincy lays down his unapologetic vibe over a smooth beat, making this a must-listen for fans of raw, genuine hip-hop.



Sky Santana - "Party"



Sky Santana, a gender-fluid artist from Jersey with NYC flair, delivers "Party," an uptempo anthem perfect for the ballroom scene. This track will have you "giving face" and duckwalking all night, capturing the essence of vibrant, unapologetic self-expression.





 Sunnitharapper - "Bend It"

Originally from Los Angeles and raised in Mo-City, Texas, SunniThaRapper's "Bend It" is a high-energy anthem celebrating the girls who dominate the dance floor. With infectious beats and empowering lyrics, this track will get you moving.








 4N Yardi - "Icon"

Hailing from Pynk Gorilla Entertainment, 4N Yardi's "Icon" is a fierce banger that pays homage to the legends who consistently score a perfect ten. This track is steeped in ballroom culture, making it a perfect addition for those who appreciate fierce and fabulous vibes.





"Hollywood Talking" is the first single from Bronze Avery's upcoming project, "Heatwave." Mentored by Charlie XCX and recognized by Billboard NXT, Bronze delivers an uptempo R&B track that evokes the heat and rhythm of summer, promising to be a hit on the dance floor.







Nigerian-born, UK-raised artist Darkoo teams up with Dess Dior on "Favorite Girl," a track that blends drill influences with melodic singing. Featuring a sample of the Jamaican dancehall classic “Diwali Riddim,” this song is poised to be a summer anthem of 2024.







Enjoy these new tracks, and stay tuned to WERUradio for more of the Urban Sound of Pride!


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