Three former RuPaul’s Drag Race stars have teamed up to release a song
The AAA girls Willam, Courtney Act and Alaska Thunderf*ck team up again as they release a music video for their new single AAA.
The pop filled video features the three queens dancing, wig changes, a trip to an American Apparel store, plenty of emojis and dance instructions.
It should not be long before you start to see this dance routine in gay clubs across the country.
The song itself is catchy and light hearted it’s the perfect song to kick start your pride celebrations.
The track features genius lyrics like “We don’t just sing songs in gay bars, we also fix automotive cars,” and “you are a gay cliché.
The song was announced on Instagram by Act on Sunday and shot straight to number one on the iTunes comedy songs charts.
“One song and two-holiday tracks later, it’s time for The AAA Girls album, starting off with this track we wrote with Sam Sparro called “AAA”. We think you’ll agree it’s your new summer/life anthem!”
“There may also be some surprise cameos from some of our famous friends,” Added Alaska
“It’s time to let you Access All Areas for your aural delight.”
The song was written by the girls and Sam Sparro, the man behind the Grammy-nominated track ‘Black and Gold.’
Sparro also produced the track.
The group are set to release their debut album titled ‘Access All Areas’ this summer.
The trio also made an appearance in the music video for Little Mix’s latest single, ‘Power.’
The girls are no strangers to the music industry with numerous albums and growing discographies.
All the girls have appeared in multiple seasons of the hit reality show RuPaul’s Drag Race.