The clip sees the American Idol alum getting in touch with her chola roots, as she and her posse turn heads and garner stares at the Laundromat. Of course it’s Adore’s head that turns when she spies a glistening hunk washing his undies in a nearby washing machine.
“I always wanted to create a hoodrat raunchy song,” says Delano of the Tomas & Shiny-produced track. “’DTF’ is grimy, pop, hood shit… It isn’t rap. It’s more baby talking like a thirsty slut.”
The RPDR finalist says the song is a tribute to dudes she meets online, “the ones who looked completely different from their profiles, but still gave good sex.”
Delano is preparing on a nationwide tour to support her upcoming album, Till Death Do Us Party,with her first concert gig June 13 at New York’s Gramercy Theatre. “I will bring drag back into the mainstream market with this album,” Delano declares. “It’s about time we get taken seriously as artists.”
“DTF” by Adore Delano is available now on iTunes. Till Death Do Us Party drops June 3.