Lia Clark spoke exclusively with MÁXIMA during a performance at Minhoqueens, a São Paulo Carnival block
Directly from Minhoqueens, one of the most popular LGBTQIAPN+ groups in São Paulo, which paraded this Saturday, 10th, through the streets of the center of the capital, the singer Lia Clark had an exclusive chat with MAXIMUM. She spoke about projects for 2024 and praised the strength of the community, especially this Carnival. “Resisting a lot”he highlighted.
Excited about the party, which transformed Carnival into a true open-air electronic ballad, the drag quenn said she was proud of the movement, which has been gaining more and more space, and highlighted that Carnival is an opportunity for the LGBTQIAPN+ community to be even happier .
“Very happy! It’s finding yours and being happy, belonging to your community, finding yourself in a safe place to have fun… Thank God, the LGBTQIAPN+ people are resisting a lot and, increasingly, as people who celebrate our community”says Lia.
The artist has plenty of reasons to celebrate. At the beginning of the year, she released the remix of Go S4tannext to the Sisters of Stick; a funk beat that has been shaking up the blocks this Carnival. “I want to celebrate the new aspects of funk, the new LGBTQIAP+ artists. I released the remix with this wonderful duo of transvestites who celebrate funk and are winning over the public.”he speaks.
The singer also said that she has many projects underway for 2024. “There will be new music, feats with other artists and, for the first time, I will be the presenter of a program that will come out this year, on the E! channel. I’m very excited”, account.
MORE ABOUT LIA CLARK
Lia Clark was born on February 5, 1992, in Santos (SP), being raised in a peripheral neighborhood of the city, where she began to come into contact with funk and other community rhythms.
The singer and songwriter became nationally known in 2016, when she released the song Trava-Trava and became considered the first drag queen in the Brazilian funk universe.
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