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The first album by an LGBTQ artist to come out of India since the country legalised homosexuality is arriving this year via Pragya Pallavi, a musician and performer with an extensive range of influences. The lead single, released on Valentine’s Day this year, is an homage to lesbian love, and the video proudly celebrates it. 👩❤️💋👩 Read the full exclusive interview at gaytimes.co.uk now! Words: @cnnryng
Pragya Pallavi’s album, “Queerism” , The album, which is dedicated to LGBTQI+ communities in India and all over the world, released on May 17, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia.
The 9 track album features songs in English and Hindi, in a variety of styles including disco and EDM, hip-hop and jazz soul, Indian fusion, funk, and dancehall. Queerism is the first album by an openly queer artist to release from India since the historic 377 verdict.
Keep watching for this space and grab the album right now! Check some of Pragya’s interviews here!