The only rules for LGBT Music Vote 2015 that the nominee must be LGBT friendly and have a great song that appeals to the LGBT community and their family and friends.
We at MySoCalledGayLife.co.uk together with our music sister site GayQube.com has found 20 great tunes and you can decide who gonna win.
You can vote twice a day until December 31 – 2015 11.59 AM (voting in the bottom of the page – you will only see the voting form when it’s over 12 hours since your last vote).
1. Jason Dottley – Crazy For You
Jason Dottley’s cover of Madonna’s “Crazy For You” produced by Dee Martello (AKA Twisted Dee).
2. Derek Bishop – Baggage
“Baggage” from forth album. The new album has a Pet Shop Boys meets Scissor Sisters sound (with a nice helping of Donna Summer thrown in the mix.)
3. Måns Zelmerlöw – Heroes
The winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2015, and Måns Zelmerlöw won whole Europe and Australia with the song Heroes.
4. Little Big Town – Girl Crush
Country music quartet Little Big Town has come under fire for the song Girl Crush, which some listeners have misinterpreted as being about a lesbian relationship.
5. Kerri Watt – You
Rising Scottish singer-songwriter Kerri Watt returns this April, with her new EP, ‘You’ – the follow up to last year’s acclaimed debut ‘Who’s Lovin’ Me Now?’
6. Choral Con Fusion LGBTS Choir – We Love the Same
“WeLoveTheSame” the debut single from Cork-based Choral Con Fusion LGBTS Choir. The single aims to raise funds and awareness for marriage equality in Ireland and everywhere.
7. Don’t Wait – Joey Graceffa
Popular YouTuber Joey Graceffa comes out as gay In new music video.
8. Hampus Carlsson – Nån som du
Hampus Carlsson from Sweden tells us about the feeling that love takes you as close as death as you can and that it will always be the biggest feeling. Nån som du (Someone Like you).
9. Suite 16 – Stupid Lovesong
Norwegian Suite 16 are getting One Direction run for their money – so they better watch out – because the are a new boyband in town.
10. Tooji – The Father Project
Tooji represented Norway in the Eurovision Song Contest 2012 in Baku, Azerbaijan and today he comes out as gay in the music video for this years pride song for Oslo Pride.
11. Lise Baastrup – Nothing Like That
Lise Baastrup is a graduate of Acting at Aarhus Theatre (Denmark) in 2010 and she is best known for her role in worldwide hit Danish drama series Rita .
12. Christina Martin – Take Me Back In A Dream
Taken from her acclaimed album ‘It’ll Be Alright,’ out earlier this year, and produced by Dale Murray (Cuff The Duke) ‘Take Me Back In A Dream’ is accompanied by a captivating new video, made by Canadian production house Shut Up & Colour Productions and directed by Jason Levangie.
13. Naked Highway – Never Cared
Naked Highway’s latest offering ‘Never Cared’ finds our heroes bound (literally) in a beautiful prison of their own making – with help from a shadowy stranger! It is emotional, anthemic, dark, ironic and deliciously pop all at once!
14. You Unfollowed Me – ft. Joseph Gordon-Levitt ( #TodrickMTV )
If you’ve ever had a dream about to see A-list cutie Joseph Gordon-Levitt in drag, then your prayers finally have been answered in courtesy of a brand new music video by Todrick Hall.
15. Troye Sivan – ‘Talk Me Down’
The final instalment of the out pop star, Troye Sivan, music video trilogy “Blue Neighborhood” closes the curtain on the heartbreaking story of two boys in love.
16. Garek – “Save The Queen”
Garek is a New York based singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Wisconsin, he made the transition to New York in 2010.
17. Nervo feat. Kylie Minogue, Jake Shears & Nile Rodgers – The Other Boys
The Australian electro-duo Nervo has release their new music video for the song “The Other Boys” feat. Kylie Minogue, Jake Shears and Nile Rodgers.
18. Russell Elliot – Around
The video for “Around” is inspired by Elliot’s experiences with falling for a man in college who identified as straight.
19. Isac Elliot – Tired of Missing You
Isac Elliot (14) , is a Finnish pop singer, songwriter, dancer and actor. He has gained big success in Finland and Norway and in March 2013 he was included in the future stars section of Billboard’s “Next Big Sound” list at 11th place.
20. Alcazar – Young Guns (go for it)
Alcazar never ceases to surprise. After this spring’s big success with the sold-out show Disco Defenders at Rondo in Gothenburg it’s time for a brand new single in the form action packed version of Wham’s classic “Young Guns (Go for it).”