Queer Necessities: HipHopMagz Pride's October 2018 Playlist

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It’s that point as soon as once more. To absolutely put together for the autumn season, we're proud to current the newest version of Queer Necessities, a brand new month-to-month LGBTQ-driven playlist from Billboard Pride the place we catch you up on the newest and best bops by queer musicians and fierce allies. Each month's choices is curated by NYC-based DJ and tastemaker Jon ALi, founding father of pop music leisure vacation spot Jon ALi’s Blog.

Enjoy this new serving of pop gems, and don't neglect to comply with the Spotify playlist to maintain up-to-date on every month's providing. Have a most #blessed October!

Robyn, "Honey"

The near-mythical title observe from Robyn's long-awaited follow-up to 2010’s Body Talk is a whole vibe, with chilling atmospherics and breathy verses.

Leland, "Lights"

The soundtrack for Netflix's Sierra Burgess Is a Loser is basically a start-to-finish celebration of queer pop greatness due to its mastermind curator Leland. His very personal lush, synth-pop contribution actually is not any exception.

Mathew V, "The Coast"

Canadian crooner Mathew V's newest output is a sun-kissed escape for these not prepared to depart the hotter months behind.

Rita Ora, "Let You Love Me"

Rita Ora continues her low-key pop princess slayage with this immediately infectious ode to self-sabotage.

Tyde Levi, "Sober"

Australian newcomer melts with easy R&B and late-night electronica on this serenade of unrequited love.

Joéd, "What You Like"

Missouri-bred singer/songwriter Joéd kicks off his new undertaking with a contemporary dance-pop shape-shifter.

Leadr, "11:11" (feat. TXVX)

L.A.-based dance musician Leadr encourages you to manifest your increased function with this mystical and liberating slice of electro-pop.

Tom Aspaul, "Going Down"

London-based Tom Aspaul has penned tracks for the likes of Aluna George, Kylie Minogue and Little Boots -- and he returns from a two-year hiatus with a sad-disco anthem.

Teddy<three, "Body and Soul"

Teddy Geiger's newest music, beneath the moniker Teddy<three, is a smooth piece of angsty pop with a storage rock edge.

Morgxn, "Home (feat. Walk The Moon)"

Morgxn and pop-rock four-piece Walk The Moon come collectively on this stomp-heavy celebration of discovering your personal protected house.

Silk City & Dua Lipa, "Electricity"

Diplo and Mark Ronson have crafted an amicable pop-dance crossover, all not attainable with out the ever-rising famous person Dua Lipa's powerhouse vocals.

Jessica 6, "Ridiculous"

Nomi Ruiz circles again to her roots and calls out her admirers on this sensual, strut-ready dance flooring filler from forthcoming EP.

FHAT, "Onatd"

Singer/songwriters Aaron Pfeiffer and Sedric Perry proceed to impress with their third output, an inviting slice of velvety easy R&B.

Sofi Tukker & Pabllo Vittar, "Energia (Parte 2)"

Brooklyn-based twosome Sofi Tukker have given their newest single "Energia" an improve by inviting Brazilian drag famous person Pabllo Vittar to hitch in on the enjoyable.

Alyson Stoner, "Fool"

Former Disney starlet Alyson Stoner's newest gem glides by means of the audio system like a crisp fall breeze, geared up with an instantaneous refrain that can stay glued to your mind.

Sakima, "Holy Water"

Genre-bender Sakima provides mild night-time greatness wrapped in ethereal synth-pop and sweeping atmospherics. The music feels fiercely romantic, sensual and melancholy .

Ieuan and Jesse Saint John, "Love It When U Love Me"

"Love It When U Love Me," a transparent standout from Ieuan's third album Over the Garden Wall, sees him linking up with Jesse Saint John above intimate electronica and a tripping R&B pulse.

Richard Cortez, "Chest Cold" (feat. Logan Sawtelle)

Brooklyn-based crooner Richard Cortez supplies the sweetest of embraces with easy and lonesome acoustics on this somber, lovelorn spotlight off his his newest EP, The Welder & The Lark.

Check out previous Queer Necessities playlists under:

September 2018: Lauren Sanderson, Sam Smith, Mario Jose & More

August 2018: Daya, King Princess, Holland & More

July 2018: Ryan Ashley, Sophie, Shea Diamond & More

June 2018: MNEK, Monét X Change, VINCINT & More

May 2018: Todrick Hall, Maggie Lindemann, Azealia Banks & More

April 2018: Years & Years, MNEK, Keiynan Lonsdale & More

March 2018: Kim Petras, Janelle Monáe, Kehlani & More

February 2018: Troye Sivan, Lady Gaga, Hayley Kiyoko & More

January 2018: Greyson Chance, Charli XCX, Rayvon Owen & More

December 2017: Parson James, Lauren Jauregui, Brian Justin Crum & More

November 2017: Hayley Kiyoko, Fischerspooner, Kim Petras & extra

October 2017: Tove Lo, MUNA, Sam Smith and extra

September 2017: Neon Trees, Bonnie McKee, Kelela and extra

August 2017: Adam Lambert, Beth Ditto, MNEK and extra

Jon ALi is a NYC-based DJ and founding father of pop music leisure vacation spot Jon ALi’s Blog, which celebrates its 11-year anniversary this yr. He spends his weekends spinning tunes at homosexual spots in Manhattan.