B. C. Cliver â€śDonâ€™t Let Them Tell You Who You Are!â€ť
B. C. hones her guitar licks behind closed doors, but the body of work sheâ€™s built is Goldâ€™s Gym all the way. This melodic hard-to-the-metal cut proclaims the rights of diversity while giving out the big anthem sounds of a Joan Jett Classic. Prepare for the resurgence of the Gay Rock scene with B.C. leading the way, big time!
Best Cut: â€śDLTTUWYAâ€ť
Location: Head banging, right down front
Matt Zarley â€śChange Begins with meâ€ť
Although the cut WTF is rated â€śexplicitâ€ť, the music is straight ahead pop like weâ€™ve all heard it before. The difference is we havenâ€™t seen tunes like this coming out of a gorgeous hunk like this one. So they say the gay community is beauty-centric? Well, sometimes an artist like Zarley is just what the doctor ordered, if only for the album cover sex.
J. R. â€śLevel Above Lifeâ€ť
Hip hop can be cruel, but J.R. has released this foul-mouthed CD you love to hate, because the melodies are catchy, the voice is cool, and well, he is telling it like it is. Although youâ€™ll have to keep this one away from the kids, at least itâ€™s a hip hop thatâ€™s trying to say something instead of be cool and dance, you fool.
Best Cut: â€śTrust Issuesâ€ť
Location: Late night bedroom
Proud 2011 (Compilation)
Okay yâ€™all, so with the rain are you missing all those great songs of last summerâ€™s Pride? Cry no more! This release puts together the hits of last year so you can pop this in your car player and feel all summer and rainbow and well, proud to be gay!
Best Cut: â€śSuper Bass (Jazmine) Location: Anywhere you need a pick me up, hon!