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‘FUTUREHOOD Fridays’ Promises Weekly Queer Music Drops

The LGBTQ answer to Kanye West's G.O.O.D Friday series. 

FUTUREHOOD, the queer music launchpad founded by Banjee Report’s aCeb00mbaP and Mister Wallace, has announced it will release something new every Friday inspired by Kanye West’s G.O.O.D Friday series. Aptly titled FUTUREHOOD Fridays, the rollout will feature brand new unreleased songs, videos and merch from members of the collective’s LGBTQ family.

Last Friday, queer rapper Rozay Labeija released his empowering single “CINNABUNS,” a track the New York artist says “affirms femmes who have a lil extra junk in their trunks. It’s all about body positivity for those who may not always see themselves represented in popular media.”

Today, CHAE BUTTUH shares her music video for “Everything Did” off HoFi: A Collection of Glam Trap & Hoe Hymns. “These bitches ain’t got nothing on me,” the North Carolina rapper warns with a music video inspired by early Hype Williams visuals and Lil Kim photoshoots. It’s “written for the fly girls of the night and day, who survive having marginalized jobs like sex work and still manage to have their hair did, nails did, everything did,” CHAE told The Fader.

“Every Friday you can expect some heat from our kitchen,” FUTUREHOOD’s aCeb00mbaP promises. “We are super exciting to let the world see and hear the future we have created.” For more information on FUTUREHOOD, click here.

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