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Betty Who rocks drag in sultry new music video

Written by gaytourism

Betty plays both characters | Photo: YouTube/bettywhomusic

Artist Betty Who is at it again with her catchy, sophisticated, and fun music.

Her newest music video, Taste, is set in a club and that’s just the start of it. Who plays both of the lead roles in the video, exploring different aspects of gender and drag.

One of her characters is a female dancer at a club. The other is a male patron.

In the song, she sings:

All my cravings come at me
This ain’t love, it’s sacrifice
Oh my God, I can’t behave
The worse they are, the better they taste

got a big appetite
If I look then I touch then it’s already over
I wish I could just take a bite
So I do, I don’t think I can sink any lower

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A strong ally

Taste is a song off her new EP Betty Who Pt. 1, which is currently available. She plans to release a new full-length studio album next year.

Her great music doesn’t end there, however.

Netflix recruited the singer for the theme song of the new Queer Eye. Then she joined the Fab Five in a really fun music video for the song.

Who has long been an ally to the LGBTI community and credits them with a lot of her success as early fans.

‘I love when fans share their coming out stories with me and how my songs have been involved in that time for them,’ she told GSN. ‘It’s such an honour to be the soundtrack to somebody’s life, especially when they’re coping with finding themselves.’

She also revealed she wants to be a judge on Drag Race so make it happen, Ru.

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