This Drag Race UK problem single, starring Season 2’s funniest queens, grew to become an unlikely High 40 hit in England, partly as a result of it was written to be a campy spoof of the proper Eurovision track: ridiculous, super-fun, and so stupidly catchy you’ll be slamming your face towards the wall weeks later, making an attempt to get the “bing bang bongs” and the “sing sang songs” out of your head.
Trixie Mattel: “Jackson” [ft. Orville Peck] (2021)
Trixie, a beloved speak present host and make-up magnate with doll paint on her eyelids and a neon yellow wig, can be famend as a music star, releasing 4 lyrically stunning albums that vary from country to pop-punk. Duetting with secret babe Orville Peck on “Jackson,” she transforms right into a bombastic June Carter Money to Peck’s Johnny, approximating an exasperated companion in a dead-end marriage whose man retains threatening to have a wild weekend in Mississippi. Their harmonies are like espresso and cigarettes, the upright bass is motoring, and Trixie’s wig is large as hell.
Yvie Oddly: “Hype” [ft. Vanessa Vanjie Mateo] (2020)
The web knows Miss Vanjie well for her major meme moment—when she exited Drag Race mewling her identify like a confused cat—and Yvie is legendary for his or her breathtaking appears, astonishing physique contortionism, and as soon as posting their baby leg on Twitter (not essentially in that order). Collectively, they someway made an simple, pussy-popping, NOLA bounce-tinged, West Coast joint—although neither is from NOLA or the West Coast (Yvie’s from Denver, Vanjie’s from Tampa).
Vanjie’s musical output is unfortunately slim regardless of having one of the vital distinct voices and funniest types within the drag world. However Yvie’s obtained a brand new album forthcoming entitled Yo, together with songs with Cakes da Killa and Wreckno. The primary single, “Topsy Turvy,” is a tweaked bass observe on which Yvie leaves their admirers with a helpful piece of recommendation: “Met your dad, he wanna kiss me… If he do, he higher tip me.”