The ‘Boy Is Mine’ hitmaker promises to ‘never stop’ fighting for LGBTQ+ quality and finds it great to see the growing visibility of LGBTQ+ artists in hip-hop and R&B music.
R&B star Brandy has vowed to “never stop” fighting for LGBTQ+ equality.
The singer is a recognised ally of the LGBTQ+ community, and speaking to the new Inside with The Advocate web series, she insisted that “love is the most important magic that we have in life.”
“Wherever there’s love, that’s where I want to be,” she said. “I feel like it’s important for everybody to feel loved and everybody to feel like they are accepted and they have a family of people, that we can all come together and be one person. I feel so positive about that. I’m thankful for that. I’m thankful for the love that we all can share together.”
Brandy also touched on the growing visibility of LGBTQ+ artists in hip-hop and R&B music, including like Lil Nas X, Young M.A., and Taylor Bennett – the younger brother of Chance the Rapper.
She reflected, “I feel like this is a great time to be yourself and to be accepted… I just love that we’re all celebrating in that.”