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Now That's What I Call Proud Compilation Is Your New Pride Playlist

Now That's What I Call Proud Compilation Is Your New Pride Playlist

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Girls, gays, and theys — this one is for us!

Now this is what I call a slay!

The ever-popular Now That’s What I Call Music series is getting really gay this year, releasing the all-new Now That’s What I Call Proud collection of queer anthems!

It looks like you have the playlist for your Pride party all ready to go with this new album full of terrific songs by queer artists celebrating life and love.

Honestly, this tracklist is a ten out of ten! New and old legends, music for the gays, theys, and the girls, both bops and bangers; it’s got it all! Legends like Elton John, George Michael, Melissa Etheridge, and Indigo Girls, as well as plenty of the new generation of talent like Lil Nas X, Hayley Kiyoko, Kim Petras, and Troye Sivan are featured throughout.

The only thing it’s missing is a Rachel and Kurt duet from Glee!

Now That’s What I Call Proud is an all-queer follow-up to last year’s Now That’s What I Call Pride, which featured anthems from LGBTQ+ stars like Lady Gaga, George Michael, Miley Cyrus, Lil Nas X, and Frankie Goes to Hollywood, as well as allies like Christina Aguilera, Cher, Kacey Musgraves, Katy Perry, Donna Summer, and Diana Ross.

Now That’s What I Call Proud will be released on CD and digitally, and on vinyl exclusively at Target. You can preorder online now, and the album comes out May 5.

The tracklist includes the following anthems:

1. “Outside” - George Michael

2. “Don’t Stop Me Now” - Queen

3. “I’m Still Standing” - Elton John

4. “That’s What I Want” - Lil Nas X

5. “Whadaya Want From Me” - Adam Lambert

6. “Stay With Me” - Sam Smith

7. “Heart to Break” - Kim Petras

8. “Becky’s So Hot” - FLETCHER

9. “Let’s Have a Kiki” - Scissor Sisters

10. “Closer” - Tegan and Sara

11. “My My My!” - Troye Sivan

12. “Girls Like Girls” - Hayley Kiyoko

13. “Honey” - Kehlani

14. “Come to My Window” - Melissa Etheridge

15. “Closer to Fine” - Indigo Girls

16. “Constant Craving” - k.d. lang

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Mey Rude

Mey Rude is a journalist and cultural critic who has been covering queer news for a decade. The transgender, Latina lesbian lives in Los Angeles with her fiancée.

Mey Rude is a journalist and cultural critic who has been covering queer news for a decade. The transgender, Latina lesbian lives in Los Angeles with her fiancée.