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Past articles by Patrick:

Latin Rapper Rob.B Gets Cocky in 'What's Your Lyfe Lyke' Music Video: Watch

Rob.B's latest track “What’s Your Lyfe Lyke” takes the unapologetic swagger of the Futures and Travis Scotts of the world and reinterprets it through a queer lens. → Read More

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Winners Trinity the Tuck & Monét X Change Exit Haters Roast Tour

Her announcement follows news that fellow 'Drag Race' winner Monét X Change was dropped from the production after skipping a tour date to accept another offer: an appearance in an upcoming Madonna music video. → Read More

'The Cher Show' Star Micaela Diamond Curates Empowering Playlist for Women's History Month

While several careers are worth celebrating, only one diva can brag that she is the only artist to date to have a No. 1 single on a Billboard chart in six consecutive decades, from the 1960s to the 2010s: Cher. → Read More

The Oscars Tribute Burt Reynolds & Stan Lee, Omit Carol Channing, During In Memoriam Segment: Watch

Carol Channing, who received an Oscar nomination for best supporting actress in 1968 for her role in 'Thoroughly Modern Millie,' was conspicuously omitted from the tribute. → Read More

Oscars 2019: Queen & Adam Lambert Perform 'We Will Rock You' & 'We Are The Champions'

Adam Lambert took the stage alongside original Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor to play two of the band’s classics, “We Will Rock You” and “We Are The Champions.” → Read More

Shangela Honors 'If Beale Street Could Talk,' 'Eighth Grade' & More During Medley at Spirit Awards: Watch

The "A Star Is Born" actor introduced the musical routine by declaring, “Here are the nominees for best original songs that aren’t actually even in these films.” → Read More

Monét X Change, Manila Luzon & More: Brad Hammer Has Directed All Your Favorite Drag Queens' Music Videos

As queens graduate from 'RuPaul’s Drag Race,' it has become a tradition of sorts for the show’s alum to release music projects. Some play up the campy, comedic roots of drag while others aim to be taken seriously as musicians, but they all have one thing in common: they want their music video fantasy moment. → Read More

Grammy-Nominated Transgender Soul Singer Jackie Shane Dies at 78

The transgender pioneer was just nominated for best historical album for her box set Any Other Way at the 2019 Grammys. → Read More

Déyyess, English Alt-Pop Singer, Shares Empowering 'Control' Music Video

'I want to tell the world that you can break the chains of whatever or whoever is holding you back from being who you are,' the alt-pop singer tells Billboard. → Read More

Troye Sivan, Tiffany Pollard, Natasha Lyonne & More Announced As Guest Judges For 'RuPaul's Drag Race'

The guest judges for season eleven of RuPaul’s Drag Race has been announced and it is gag-worthy → Read More

'Drag Race' Winner Monét X Change On Being First-Ever Black 'All Stars' Winner: 'It's Beautiful To Me'

“I wasn't intimidated by the competition because Bob [the Drag Queen] really taught me a great deal about self-confidence,” Monét X Change tells Billboard. “He taught me, ‘Girl, when you through that workroom, you won.’ That's the mentality that I had walking in.” → Read More

'All Stars 4' Winner Trinity the Tuck Talks First-Ever 'Drag Race' Double Crowning: 'We Both Legitimately Won'

Trinity the Tuck was declared winner of 'RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars 4' along with Monét X Change, in the series’ first-ever double crowning. Both queens were inducted into the Drag Race hall of fame and were awarded $100,000 paychecks. → Read More

Monet X Change Is Ready For Drag to Be Taken Seriously By the Music Industry: 'Look At Us As Artists'

The freshly-crowned 'RuPaul's Drag Race' winner just released her debut EP, 'Unapologetically,' with the help of a team who has worked on projects from the likes of Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Justin Bieber and J. Cole. → Read More

'Drag Race' Star Naomi Smalls Talks Surviving Social Media Backlash: 'I Have the Thickest Skin Ever'

After choosing to eliminate the season frontrunner, Manila Luzon, from the competition, Naomi Smalls' social media accounts were barraged with hate-filled comments. → Read More

'Drag Race' Star Monique Heart Talks 'All Stars 4' & Plans For an EP: 'My Music Will Completely Crossover'

Billboard caught up Monique Heart to talk about her run in the competition and her plan to make a mark in the music industry: “You will not pigeonhole my music. My music will completely crossover, it will be completely successful.” → Read More

'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4' Crowns Monet X Change and Trinity Taylor Winners: Fans React

Naturally, fans of the show had a lot to say about the 'Drag Race' finale. → Read More

Monet X Change & Trinity the Tuck Both Crowned Winners Of 'RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 4'

Tonight (Feb. 15), the top four competitors: Naomi Smalls, Monét X Change, Monique Heart and Trinity the Tuck battled it out in a musical challenge, writing and performing new verses to RuPaul’s track “Super Queen." → Read More

Slayyyter Premieres Full Version of Meme-Inspiring 'Mine': Listen

Between her experimental pop sound and distinct MySpace-era aesthetic, St. Louis, MO-based talent Slayyyter has quickly developed a cult following, with cosigns from the likes of Grimes, Charli XCX and Kim Petras. → Read More

Carly Rae Jepsen Previews New Song 'Now That I Found You' in 'Queer Eye' Season 3 Promo

Carly Rae Jepsen threw her fans into a tizzy yesterday when she interacted with the official Netflix account, asking them, “when shall we NoTIFY them?!” → Read More

Miley Cyrus Set to Appear On 'RuPaul's Drag Race' Season 11 Premiere: 'I'm Freaking Out'

Miley Cyrus took to Twitter on Tuesday (Feb. 12) to announce that she will be appearing on the premiere episode of season 11 of RuPaul’s Drag Race. → Read More