Queer Necessities: HipHopMagz Pride’s February 2019 Playlist

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Valentine's Day is simply across the nook, and whether or not you're boo'ed up or flying solo, everybody can discover consolation in some new bops. We're proud to current the February version of Queer Necessities, our month-to-month LGBTQ-driven playlist from Billboard Pride the place we catch you up on the newest and biggest bops by queer musicians and fierce allies.

Each month's choices will likely be curated by NYC-based DJ and tastemaker Jon ALi, who’s the founding father of pop music leisure vacation spot Jon ALi’s Blog. Don't neglect to comply with Queer Necessities on Spotify to maintain up-to-date on the perfect musical choices from the LGBTQ group.

Lauv and Troye Sivan, “I’m So Tired…”

Two of pop’s main lads come collectively for this reflective ode to like misplaced.

Miss Benny, “Rendezvous”

Vlogger-turned-actor Ben J. Pierce’s debut single as Miss Benny is a delightfully flirtatious bout of come-hither pop directed at an attractive late-night attraction.

Lizzo, “Juice”

Lizzo’s joyous, ‘80s-leaning return “Juice” is strictly the sort of reassuring anthem vital to start a brand new chapter feeling free and assured. It’s a mantra for the 12 months: Own your id, shine and make no apologies.

Betty Who, “I Remember”

Much like all issues Betty Who, this monitor is a basic slice of straight-up energy pop – which is to say it’s a glittery, dance-ready musical escape.

Gia Woods, “Jump the Fence”

Everything about Gia Woods’ return feels spot-on with “Jump the Fence,” a breathy pop earworm filled with tribal-like pulsations and distant howls that matches the musical local weather whereas sustaining an simple edge.

Jordy, “Irrational”

This LA babe’s newest providing is as trustworthy and relatable as it’s cool and instantaneous — one other stellar style of what’s to come back from his upcoming Welcome to the Friendzone EP.

Kyan Palmer and Nicopop, “Unofficial Lover”

Arizona-bred Kyan Palmer’s heat R&B-drenched embraces are an instantaneous match on this seductive collab with future-pop mastermind Nicopop.

Sam Smith and Normani, “Dancing with a Stranger”

On paper, the pairing of Sam Smith and Normani appears a bit random, however the collaboration is sensible when you hear this magical, disco-tinged pop manufacturing.

Kehlani, “Nights Like This" (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)

Kehlani kicks off her 2019 with a mid-tempo R&B ode a couple of damaged relationship crammed with chilly atmospherics and a tripping hip-hop beat.

Lauren Jauregui, “More Than That”

Former 5H member Lauren Jauregui’s second solo providing is a moody membership throb filled with powerhouse vocals and early ’00s R&B melodies.

Asiahn, “Like You”

A transparent standout from LA-based singer-songwriter Asiahn’s album Love Train 2, “Like You” showcases the fantastically uncooked and earnest facet of Asiahn’s persona above a cold hip-hop beat and light-weight synth pulsations.

Dan Crossley, “Call Back”

“Call Back” is a sultry manufacturing that sees Dan Crossley getting misplaced in an unrewarding cycle of unrequited love.

F. Virtue, “The Darkness” (feat. Infinite)

NYC-based F. Virtue lays down uncooked verses on high of a shape-shifting manufacturing. He calls it a “Lynchian have a look at my vices throughout a darkish second in time I each settle for and discover mild in; a seek for development via patterns and routines, and the ability of hope.”

Calvy, “Jealous”

Talented L.A newcomer Calvy gives the therapeutic contact on "Jealous," a heavenly confessional coated in sensual soulfulness.

Myylo, “Jonesing”

Nashville-based pop singer Myylo’s newest single is a blissful, blues-tinged rush of earnest swooning all about wanting a boy who’s "simply too rattling distant.”

Déyyess, “Control”

Rising French starlet Déyyess continues to impress with this emotive, harrowing and even punchy slice of indie-pop.

Check out previous Queer Necessities playlists under:

2018: January

2018: December | November | October | September | August | 
July | June | May | April | March | February | January

2017: December | November | October | September | August

Jon ALi is a NYC-based DJ and founding father of pop music leisure vacation spot Jon ALi’s Blog, which celebrates its 13-year anniversary this 12 months. He spends his weekends spinning tunes at homosexual spots in Manhattan.