Central Florida singer-songwriter Billy Mick releases new single ‘Flesh and Bone’

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ORLANDO | Central Florida singer-songwriter Billy Mick released the first single from his upcoming debut album on YouTube July 1.

The song, titled “Flesh and Bone,” is an upbeat track preaching tolerance, acceptance and understanding.

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Local LGBTQ film ‘At the End of the Day’ gets digital release date

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LAKELAND, Fla.| Local filmmaker Kevin O’Brien’s religious LGBTQ film “At the End of the Day,” about a conservative professor going undercover in what turns out to be an LGBTQ support group, is being released on digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon and Google Play on Feb. 26.

The award-winning film was written, directed and co-produced (along with his wife, Teresa) by O’Brien and stars Stephen Shane Martin, Danielle Sagona, Tom Nowicki, Chris Cavalier and Susan Mulholland.

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Azealia Banks accuses RuPaul of plagiarizing her song ‘The Big Big Beat’

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Azealia Banks has claimed Spotify removed RuPaul’s album “American” from its streaming service due to Banks alleging that RuPaul plagiarized her song “The Big Big Beat” on his song “Call Me Mother.”

“Lol I got rupauls ripoff of the big big beat .. ‘call me mother’ removed. You will not step on my little black girl toes bitch. You will take your razor bumps and pumps to the nearest laser hair removal clinic and seethe. @RuPaul BYE UGLY!” Banks tweeted.

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Lady Gaga premieres new song ‘The Cure’ at Coachella

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Lady Gaga surprised Little Monsters with a brand new single, “The Cure,” which she debuted during her Coachella set in Indio, California, on Saturday.

During her 18-song set, Gaga performed “The Cure” to the delight of fans in the crowd and on social media, Billboard reports.

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Russian lawmaker sees Apple’s U2 album as gay ‘propaganda’

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MOSCOW (AP) – A member of Russia’s parliament has asked prosecutors to determine whether Apple violated Russia’s ban on gay “propaganda” when it delivered U2’s latest album to a half-billion iTunes users for free last year.

Izvestia, a newspaper loyal to the Kremlin, reported April 29 that it has a copy of Alexander Starovoitov’s appeal to prosecutors in which he says the cover of the album Songs of Innocence shows two men “in a display of non-traditional sexual relations.”

In fact, the cover shows the band’s drummer embracing his 18-year-old son, both of them shirtless.

It is not yet clear whether prosecutors will open an investigation.

Some of those in Russia who ridiculed Starovoitov’s appeal drew a comparison to the time in 2006 when President Vladimir Putin kissed a small boy’s bare stomach.