Boy George streams new album ahead of release – listen

'This Is What I Do' is due out tomorrow (October 28).

Boy George streams new album ahead of release – listen

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Boy George has streamed his new album 'This Is What I Do' ahead of its official release tomorrow (October 28). You can listen to the full album by scrolling down the page and clicking 'play'.

'This Is What I Do' features guest stars including DJ Yoda, Kitty Daisy & Lewis' Kitty Durham, Texas's Ally McErlaine, MC Spee of Dreadzone and Nizar Al Issa with Killing Joke's Youth also involved in the songwriting. The full album tracklisting is as follows:

'King Of Everything'
'Bigger Than War'
'Live Your Life'
'My God'
'It’s Easy'
'Death Of Samantha'
'Any Road'
'My Star'
'Love And Danger'
'Nice And Slow'
'Play Me'
'Feel the Vibration'


Meanwhile, Boy George has called out Eminem for using the word "fag" on his latest track 'Rap God'. Rap God', which the rapper unveiled earlier this month (October 15), includes a variety of lyrics that could be construed as homophobic. "I'll still be able to break a motherfuckin' table over the back of a couple of faggots and crack it in half," Eminem raps on the first verse, while the second verse includes the line: "You fags are all the same."

Later in the second verse, Eminem raps: "Little gay looking boy/So gay I can barely say it with a straight face looking boy/You witnessing a massacre/Like you watching a church gathering take place looking boy/Oy vey, that boy's gay, that's all they say looking boy."

After tweeting a link to a news story criticising the single's lyrics, Boy George addressed Eminem directly on Twitter. He wrote: " Fag? Is this really recovery talk or are you running your own program these days? The former Culture Club singer added soon afterwards: "Isn't it sad how the media just accepts abuse of gay people? #fucked"

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