Take a musical trip across the pond to celebrate Pride in London. We've got your back with 12 Amazon Music playlists curated by our music experts.
The Official Pride in London Playlist
The playlist features LGBT+ anthems and classics such as Sister Sledge’s We Are Family, George Michael’s Freedom!, Beyonce’s Run The World (Girls) and many more floor fillers.
When you don't want the party to end, keep the party going with Bad Ones by Matthew Dear, Baths' Plea, and The Love Within by Bloc Party.
Black, Gay, and Proud
Black, gay, and proud musical artists and their allies, including Keep On by Kehlani, Chanel by Frank Ocean, and Fast Car by Tracy Chapman.
Girls Like Girls
From Closer by Tegan & Sara to Touch by Shura, here are 31 songs for the lesbian, bisexual, and queer community.
Boys Like Boys
Songs for the gay, bisexual, and queer community, including Sanctify by Years & Years, Joy by Will Young, and Somebody to Love by Queen.
The Fluid Generation
Songs for the gender fluid, non-binary, and trans community, including Rebel Rebel by David Bowie, Brandi Carlile's The Joke, and Can't Wait by Laith Ashley.
Drag Queen Anthems
Fabulous anthems from the World's most famous drag queen performers.
Coming Out in the 70s
A soundtrack for those who came out in the 70s, including We Are Family by Sister Sledge, Patti LaBelle's Lady Marmalade, and I Feel Love by Donna Summer.
Coming Out in the 80s
A soundtrack for those who came out in the 80s. We've got Whitney Houston's I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me), 9 to 5 by Dolly Parton, and It's Raining Men by The Weather Girls.
Coming Out in the 90s
If you came out in the 90s, this playlist, featuring songs by Madonna, Take That, and Cher, is made just for you.
Coming Out in the 00s
From I Kissed a Girl by Katy Perry, to Milkshake by Kelis, to Sophie Ellis-Bextor's Murder On The Dancefloor, this is a playlist for everyone who came out in the 00s.
Coming Out in the 10s
The decade isn't over, so keep coming out wherever you are. Be a Firework, come a little Closer, and why don't you Call Me Maybe.