To honor Juneteenth and Pride month, empowered queer pop artist Michael Love Michael release their brand new single “JFC.” CLICK HERE to listen to the anthemic track, which was produced by Michael and Rich DaSilva and uses catchy hooks, hypnotizing beats, and powerful vocals to share Michael’s experiences as a queer Black artist, and their support for collective Black liberation.
“This song is about claiming freedom that has been stolen, whether that is celebrating Juneteenth, Pride, or just acknowledging the ancestors who made it possible. I hope folks blast this as loud as possible and know they don’t need permission from anyone to be free. And give money to a Black trans woman today. She likely helped get you there,” said Michael about the song.
Michael recently released their single “6 Jaguars,” a song that blends irresistible hooks, cinematic ’80s pop sounds, and glittery hip-hop beats to tell a lavish, but tragic story of a white woman hidden behind extravagant wealth and privilege and protected from the worst parts of systemic oppression. CLICK HERE to listen. Additionally, their debut single, “Rope” is an aggressively fierce declaration of self that challenges the expectations society has continually enforced upon them and features lyrics that embody the duality of being a Black person and a queer person in modern-day America. CLICK HERE to listen.