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Drag Race Brasil Host Grag Queen Drops Dazzling New Music Video

'Drag Race Brasil' Host Grag Queen Drops Dazzling New Music Video

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Grag Queen is lighting up the night in the new music video for “Sirene.”

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Ring the alarm!

Drag Race Brasil host and Queen of the Universe season one winner Grag Queen has just dropped a brand-new single called “Sirene.” The song is all about embracing yourself, living life to the fullest, and being as loud as you want to be.

The colorful and electrifying music video for “Sirene” features Grag being her usual charismatic self while wearing dazzling looks and serving pitch-perfect vocals. This is her first single since the premiere of Drag Race Brasil season one, following other songs released in 2023 such as “Que Passa,” “Fofoca,” “Flor da Pele” and the Gente Crazy EP.

You can watch the full music video for “Sirene” below.

This new music video was directed by Vitin Allencar and Bruno Arrivabene, who have been Grag’s frequent collaborators on visuals.

“Sirene” comes on the heels of Grag’s recent performance at the first-ever edition of The Town Festival, which was created by the same team behind the long-standing Rock In Rio Festival in Brazil. The Town has been a huge leap forward for Brazilian music festivals, featuring a diverse lineup of musicians across the board.

As of this writing, Grag has more than 540,000 followers on Instagram, over 200,000 monthly listeners on Spotify, and about 130,000 subscribers on YouTube. With Drag Race Brasil just getting started, one can expect that the host’s social media presence will expand even further.

We’re always rooting for Grag Queen!

Drag Race Brasil is now streaming on WOW Presents Plus.

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Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.

Bernardo Sim experiences and explains queer multiverses. Born in Brazil, he currently lives in South Florida.