Queer rapper CupcakKe has released a new music video: the vibrant, jubilant visuals for her single "Crayons."
In the video, she and a group of queer champions rally to defend a gay couple getting harrassed on the sidewalk. The move of activism and solidarity quickly evolves into a sunny dance party, complete with a giant pride flag quivering in the wind. She also is seen standing in a black room in a glow-in-the-dark jacket.
"Crayons" is off of CupcakKe's third LP, Ephorize--the track includes such potent lyrics as "Gay guy brave, taking anal / When they cum that's a volcano."
Ephorize champions LGBTQ equality just like so much of the Chicago-based rapper's previous work, which includes the liberation song "LGBT."
The rapper blasted YouTube last week when they removed her "Duck Duck Goose" and "Deepthroat" videos, citing the clips violated the sites' policy regarding "nudity or sexual content." Both videos are now back online thanks to fan support.