Taylor lives, breathes, and eats music. He is a music contributor at Out Magazine and The Advocate Magazine. He has bylines in Paper, Billboard, Backstage, Blavity, and more. Check out what he’s currently listening to here.
The gay country music singer recreates Dolly Parton’s 1997 cover of Out magazine.
All eyes are on Saucy Santana and it’s easy to see why.
The sun shines out of Remi Wolf’s ass. Don’t be afraid to gaze directly into it.
But it’s time the industry got ready.
“I’m having my gay sob right now, where I’m just letting all my emotions out.”
The “Leave (Get Out)” songstress is grown and sexy on her new album, good to know.
Visibility is important.
MNEK opens up about his debut album and what it means to be a Black gay pop star.
Saro’s music will chill you to the bones, while encouraging you to ask deeper questions.
“Anything that could go wrong has,” she said on the delayed album release.
Tyler the Creator, King Princess, and more top PRIDE‘s list of 2019 albums.
From writing for Troye Sivan to headlining Pride, the eclectic singer also debuted her new song “Focus” on this week’s podcast.
The “I Kissed A Girl” singer and pop icon chats with Out to reflect on her career, her queer fanbase, and her upcoming Las Vegas residency PLAY.
The Swedish grunge-pop star discusses sex and pushing the boundaries of pop music.
The R&B legend is back on the scene with B7, her first studio album in eight years. (And yes, she knows about the memes!)
“I want everybody to feel powerful and I want everybody to feel accepted. No matter if you’re gay, straight, man, woman, whatever, everybody has felt bullied.”
During a special performance promoting his upcoming album, the Tony-winner sang about getting to fall in love with a man.
The singer-songwriter shares his past experience on The Four, the challenges Black artists face in pop music, and more!
“This experience I had with ‘Friday.’ I kind of inhibited myself for a while, just on all fronts,” Black tells The Advocate.
Sivan’s sophomore album is showing us how to let go and jump in, head over heels in love.
“You guys will be fed properly.”
The artist opens up about his music, label drama, self-care, and allyship in episode 5 of WerQ!