Deezer Uses Dedicated Pride Channel to Celebrate LGBT Diversity 

Deezer’s Pride Channel is easy to find on the company’s homepage is available until the end of July. You can find out more at Deezer.com/en/channels/pride/pride.

There’s still plenty of time left in June to find new ways to express your pride.  Few things are better than an incredible playlist and jamming the music that makes you proud to be you. That’s where Deezer comes in. Deezer is a global streaming service with a dedicated Pride Channel.  

The channel features playlists from LGBT artists like Adam Lambert, Courtney Barnett, Lauv, and Christine and the Queens.  Each list focuses on topics that mean a lot to the specific artist. 

Deezer is the top streaming service in France, and is available in over 180 countries worldwide. It connects 14 million monthly active users around the world to 53 million tracks. It is the only music streaming service with Flow, the unique mix of all your old favorites and new recommendations in one ever-changing stream.  

It is available on your favorite device — including your smartphone, tablet, PC, laptop, home sound system, connected car, or smart TV. 

Deezer’s editors filled the Pride Channel with:[Text Wrapping Break]

  • More than 30 curated playlists including “Love for All,” “Lip Sync Rendezvous,” “Vogue Zone” and “Love Celebration”
  • A huge variety of music from artists like Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and George Michael
  • Albums such as Frank Ocean’s “channelORANGE,” Janelle Monaé’s “Dirty Computer” and SOPHIE’s “OIL OF EVERY PEARL’S UN-INSIDES" featured on the channel’s album carousel 
  • A special compilation of the very best LGBT podcasts including “RuPaul: What’s TheTee with Michelle Visage” and “Throwing Shade” 

It’s really important for the music industry to celebrate the amazing talent of LGBT artists worldwide,” said Kim Weaver, head of Global Music Programming at Deezer in a pre-released statement. “At Deezer, we’re proud to share playlists from artists in the LGBT community who have hand-picked songs that mean the most to them. Our new channel is all about positive energy for both artists and fans, through a diverse selection of music and tailored content that can be the soundtrack of all of our lives.”  

Deezer’s Pride Channel is easy to find on the company’s homepage and is available until the end of July. You can find out more at Deezer.com/en/channels/pride/pride. 


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