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Troye Sivan Teases New Album Tracklist With a Cheeky Photo of His Bare Assets

Troye Sivan Teases New Album Tracklist With a Cheeky Photo of His Bare Assets

Troye Sivan
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The out gay pop star's new album Something To Give Each Other will drop next week!

Troye Sivan has been edging his fans for months as he’s continued to tease his upcoming album drop.

First, he released the single “Rush,” an ode to taking poppers during sex, then he hinted at his next single by posting a photo of his body on Instagram where a carefully placed towel was all that kept it from being NSFW, and then he released his second single “Got Me Started” with a sexy music video partially set in a bathhouse.

Finally yesterday, the out gay pop star posted the track list from his forthcoming album Something To Give Each Other printed over the top of a sizzling hot black and white photo of himself on Instagram and X (formerly Twitter).

The first slide of the Instagram carousel shows half of a nude Sivan with his knees pulled up to his chest along with the Side A tracklist that includes an extended version of “Rush,” “What’s the Time Where You Are?”, “One of Your Girls,” “In My Room (ft. Guitarricadelafuente),” and “Still Got It.”

But the photo that accompanies the list of the songs on Side B is the one that has fans in a frenzy. In it, we get to see the side of the 28-year-old’s butt—side butt? Partial cheek? Whatever it’s called, it's hot!

The track list for the B side of the album includes “Can’t Go Back Baby,” “Got Me Started,” “Silly,” “Honey,” and “How to Stay With You.” And if you weren’t already champing at the bit to get your hands on the album, Sivan provided a countdown to the album’s release in the caption of the post.

Hot as it may be, the photo did have some fans questioning Sivan's assertion that he is not a bottom. In an August interview on Emily Ratajkowski’s High Low podcast , Sivan said, “This is actually something I want to clear up. I wrote this one song called ‘Bloom,’ right? It’s about bottoming. And the lyric is ‘I bloom just for you.’ And people took that and ran.”

One fan took to Twitter to comment under Sivan's post, "Bottom: The Album," while another wrote, "Not you bottoming on the artwork."

The Australian singer-songwriter first rose to prominence on YouTube in the 2010s and as the titular star of the Spud trilogy where he starred alongside comedy legends John Cleese before rocketing to fame as a pop star. Sivan’s first album Dare to Dream was released in 2007, then his third EP TRXYE debuted at No. 1 on iTunes in over 55 countries and at No. 5 on the Billboard 200, scoring Sivan his first Top 10 album. His upcoming album Something To Give Each Other will mark his third studio album

Sivan’s album Something To Give Each Other is slated to drop on October 13, 2023.

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