Out recording artist Wrabel recently released his uplifting Pride pop anthem, “Turn Up The Love.”
“It was such an honor to collaborate with AT&T on this and I am so excited that all streaming proceeds for one year will be going to The Trevor Project,” writes Wrabel on the YouTube page. “I hope this song will be the soundtrack to your pride month and that it reminds you of the queer joy that exists in the world. Love you.”
Celebrated for his high-profile collaborations/writing credits with Kesha, P!nk, Backstreet Boys, and more, “Turn Up the Love” adds another chapter to Wrabel’s already stellar songwriting resume.
On top of a buoyant production by Jesse Shatkin (Kelly Clarkson, Sia), Wrabel enthusiastically assures the listener that they are not alone, regardless of the hardships they may face. It’s trademark Wrabel, with gorgeous melodies and emotive vocals anchored by lyrics that inspire and uplift.
shining lite / i see you shine so brite
don’t even have to try / that’s who you are
not alone / i’m there everywhere you go
connected by love and hope / that’s who we are
nothing gonna stop us now
nothing gonna keep us down
turn up the love / turn up the music
i wanna dance and you can take my hand
and we can keep on moving
Wrabel will join other influential artists – including Years & Years, Slayyter, Kelechi, Gigi Perez, Coco & Breezy, and Wuhryn Dumas – in Dallas on Friday, June 23, as part of the AT&T sponsored “Turn Up The Love Tour” benefiting The Trevor Project.
Wrabel’s personal discography has racked up over 700m streams across all DSP platforms, and his song “The Village” has become an LGBTQ+ anthem.
“Turn Up The Love” is available now on all major music platforms.