Singer-Songwriter Aline Queen Embraces the Princess Boy Culture with Her New Single - The song "Princess Boy" Details The Singer's Love For Drag Queens And Cross-Dressers as Well as Her Hope That Princess Boys Around The World Will Proudly Explore That Side of Them And Be Themselves. -
NEW YORK, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On the heels of her debut hit "Break Your Heart," singer/songwriter Aline Queen has released the follow-up single, "Princess Boy" that celebrates adolescent boys exploring their love of dressing as the female gender. Produced by Brian DeNeeve, guitarist for the band The Wanted, the infectious dance song is available on iTunes, at other digital retailers and the video appears on YouTube.
"The song is about how I really have a love and admiration for people who cross dress," says the singer who has spent years as a professional dominatrix. "I want them to know that they are beautiful and should dare to do it and be themselves. It is important for people to know that it is ok to do something that is not considered normal. Do it anyway! Someone out there will love you for who you are!"
When the beautiful singer/songwriter came up with the term "Princess Boy" she became curious about the concept. Eventually she made some searches online and discovered that there is a whole culture of Princess Boys out there. She views this song as a celebration of them. The music video depicts a young man experimenting at a vanity table with wigs, make-up and dresses. Shooting the video was an empowering experience for the singer. She recalls, "The concept mirrors exactly what the song is about. We had a blast shooting it! It just shows a young man exploring his Princess Boy side and loving it... it's beautiful."
Her publisher John Loeffler of Rave music/BMG/FieldHouse feels that Aline Queen's rise to the top of the charts is inevitable. "Aline is a unique combination of innocence and bravado as she creates both infectious pop/dance tracks and provocative videos," he enthuses. "A true modern recording artist, everyone at Fieldhouse/ BMG expects major things from her and comparisons to a young Blondie or Madonna are prophetic. We believe she will soon become an international sensation."
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