Photo by Jack Mannix
"You can choose to call me a gay rapper, you can choose to not even call me a rapper if you want to, it doesn't matter," Mykki Blanco, a 2012 Out100 honoree, stated in a press statement. "I'm a punk, a creative punk and I'm going to continue to create and entertain without boundaries."
Blanco last juxtaposed gang violence with gay sex in "She Gutta." Now he's promoting a new "experimental mixtape," titled Gay Dog Food, out from UNO NYC on October 28, in advance of his 2015 debut release.
Listen to Mykki Blanco on Gay Dog Food's lead track, "Moshin In The Front" featuring Memphis rapper Cities Aviv, below: