Of ‘Friday’ fame, Rebecca Black joins pop disruptor Dorian Electra on new single ‘Edgelord’.
The latest taste from Electra’s recently-announced upcoming project, My Agenda, it’s quite the growth from that infamous 2011 ditty for Black. The child-star lends vocals to the ‘Career Boy’ singer’s trademark clanking hyper pop as umru and Full Tac hop on production for ‘Edgelord’.
“Did I offend you? I’m so curious, my identity’s mysterious,” Electra rattles before Black joins to challenge that she will “smash your pretty trash labels”. The single lands with its accompanying kooky music today.
Electra’s My Agenda is set for release this October 16th as a follow up to 2019’s critically-acclaimed debut project Flamboyant. With 11 tracks and 12 features, including the iconic Village People, politically charged Pussy Riot and the Mood Killer collaboration we’ve all been waiting for, anticipation is high. The album will include singles ‘Gentleman‘, ‘M’Lady’ and ‘Give Great Thanks’. Full track-listing below.
1.F the World (feat. The Garden, Quay Dash and d0llywood1)
2.My Agenda (feat. Village People and Pussy Riot)
5.Iron Fist (feat. Faris Badwan)
6.Barbie Boy (feat. Sega Bodega)
7.Sorry Bro (I Love You)
8.Monk Mode (Interlude) [feat. Gaylord]
9.Edgelord (feat. Rebecca Black)
10.Ram It Down (feat. Mood Killer, Lil Mariko and Lil Texas)
11.Give Great Thanks
My Agenda is set to see Electra explore the “crisis in masculinity” with their infamous queer lens, now with a darker overtone and smorgasbord of genres from hardcore to metal to dubstep and even epic baroque – but we’ve learned to expect the unexpected from the star by now.
Dorian Electra releases ‘Edgelord’ today.
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