Sir Babygirl‘s debut single “Heels” is out now on Father/Daughter Records.
Ahead of debut album ‘Crush On Me’ dropping early next year through Father/Daughter Records, Kelsie Hogue, also known as Sir Babygirl, is out to claim the queen of pop crown with ‘Heels’, a 2000s revival track that has borrowed from the likes of Britney and Xtina – but through an all important queer lens.
Sick of having male producers not get their bubblegum dreams, Sir Babygirl taught themselves production to have full control. Using music to explore their own sexuality and gender identity, the artist delivers a slice of pristine pop ready to be a part of the queer revolution. The queer abandon pulsating throughout ‘Heels’ is a much needed reminder that even pop music is a powerful form of expression and activism. Hogue is able to own and allow others to own their queerness.
‘Heels’ bounces along with Sir Babygirl steering the ship right from the get go. Speaking to Notion, Hogue says ‘Heels’ is ‘an ode to coming to terms with boundaries and knowing when to call it a night, it’s refreshing to have an emerging queer artist so in tune with their limits and image.’ Tune in below.
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