Detox- Shes Gotta Habit- (feat. Ellis Miah & Keisha Henry

The song I can no longer listen to.



“I heard this song so much as a kid because my dad really loved it. It’s one of the first songs that I learned by heart and could sing along with. To this day, it still resonates strongly with me and the rest of my family. It’s been a pivotal song in my life.”


“We’ve been listening to this album a lot during quarantine, but I guess we listen to this album a lot anyway – it’s kind of a constant in this household. It’s filled with so much beauty, inspiration and incredible lyrics that I don’t think you could ever really get bored with it. I’ve also been listening to a lot of Jill Scott and Erykah Badu, who’ve both been really integral artists to our lives – they just did a Verzuz battle on Instagram Live which was really amazing. Oh, and we’ve also been listening to Róisín Murphy on Spotify. To me, Róisín Murphy is an icon and a legend and just incredibly talented.”

Regulators Lyrics | Genius Lyrics - Genius | Song Lyrics

“Here’s the thing: because I do all the RuPaul’s Drag Race ‘Werq The World’ tours, all you hear is fucking RuPaul music. And I remember when I finally got cast on the show, part of my audition tape was me saying: ‘Please can you put me on the show so I don’t have to learn any of your fucking music any more!'”

The song that reminds me of RuPaul’s Drag Race.

Genius | Song Lyrics & Knowledge

“I was basically birthed loving Madonna because my sister Heather, who’s seven years older than me, was a huge Madonna fan. This was her first greatest hits album and I was probably only five or six when it came out, but I can remember we played the shit out of it. Really, Madonna’s been the soundtrack of my life for as long as I can remember.”




“He’s this religious singer who sang a song called ‘Butterfly Kisses’ that every white girl got married to in the ’90s. I remember my mum took me to a Bob Carlisle concert and the audience was a bunch of old white women and then somewhere in there my blatantly feminine closeted-ass going: ‘Werq!’ But aside from Bob Carlisle, I consider myself really lucky that my first really big show was seeing Madonna’s Re-Invention World Tour in 2004.”


The song I wish I’d written.