Stream – Rosé Releases Debut Single “The Devil in The Details”
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The Broadway baby of RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 13, Rosé, is planning on having a footloose and fancy-free summer with new track “The Devil in The Details.”

The song, with its ’80s glam throwback vibe, is about breaking free of being hyper-focused on perfection. “So often, people get caught up in getting everything right on every last detail,” says Rosé. […]

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London based performer and self-titled “P.R. Stuntman” Scottee grasped early fame as one half of art terrorists Yr Mum Ya Dad with their infamous London EastEnd hangout ANTISOCIAL. Scottee has been invited to perform his unique style of theater, mime, and the forgottenart of lip-synching at London’s Hampstead Theatre and The Roundhouse, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Glastonbury, and BBC Radio. Currently he is preparing for his new show and tour with UK music producer Warboy.

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March 26, 2008

Good Friday 2008 is now officially Fantastic Friday. After painting my face blue for a night out on the town
at my regular haunt Popstarz i was surprised to find out that The Goxxip were playing. After climbing over 14yr olds
with lashes i managed to make the backstage – Were Beth Ditto asked if she could sit on my outfit and i accepted.
After 10mins of Ditto staring lovingly into my eyes i thought it was about time she took a cab home.
fast forward to Saturday afternoon and im sat in the BBC6 music studio with the wonderful Queens of Noize and Pauline Black.
Pauline is infamous for being a member of The Selecter during the original two tone era. She shared stories of past gigs at Camdens
Electric Ballroom and how racist the music industry was in the late 70s. An eye opening experience. No rest for the wicked – a quick dash
home, a slap of glitter and a race to East London for my weekly night For3ign! with Jodie Harsh.

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