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Watch: Sir Ari Gold is Out, Proud & Gay in GoldNation’s “Make Music”

Submitted by on Wednesday, 21 June 2017No Comment

NYC icon/superstar/WOWlebrity…and SEXY A F Sir Ari Gold (GoldNation) has released his next single Make Music, from album Soundtrack To Freedom, just in time for Pride. This is the most recent project for Gold since his appearance in RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant Peppermint’s tribute video George MichaelToo Funky (below). The out singer/songwriter was recently diagnosed with blood cancer, which made this the perfect time for him to continue doing what he does best… roseate, feel good pop tracks, like no other! In the video, directed by Jono Freedrix and Chris Semertzidis, Gold navigates the New York subway system, while taking time to stop and hear the music of local underground musicians. The final scene features Gold performing at the Delicia Glam fashion show, alongside voguing dance legend Javier Ninja. Watch the video below, and get Make Music, out now on iTunes!

 

Sir Ari Gold:

“After being diagnosed with blood cancer last year, and often feeling ignored by my own community about the impact I’ve had as an openly gay artist during a time when no one else dared, I continue to make my own path, my own music. Especially when all our human rights are now being threatened. It’s what I’ve always done and what I will continue to do for as long as I live. It’s awesome to share the screen with all the talented artists and musicians of New York City making powerful music together. This video is a tribute to all the folks out there making their own music, in whatever way that means to them.”


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