Category is: 10 of the most sickening Drag Race pop bangers


With yesterday being #InternationalDragDay, here are ten of our favourite songs by Drag Race alumni.

But here are the rules: we have excluded covers since it’s the songs that we’re rating, and parody songs because they deserve their own list.

So with that all laid out, let’s take a look at 10 of the most sickening Drag Race bangers.

Alaska Thunderfuck: The T (feat. Adore Delano)

This hit was released with the announcement of Alaska being the All Star 2 winner. It’s an amazing mix of Drag Race and nonsense.


Shea Couleé: Cocky (feat. Lila Star + The Vixen)

This Season 9 runner up shows off her rapping skills in this hit, which has one of the most stylish videos in Drag Race herstory.


Bob the Drag Queen: Purse First (feat. DJ Mitch Ferrino)

One of the many queens to turn their catchphrase into a club hit, but this is definitely one of the best.

Alaska Thunderfuck: Your Makeup is Terrible

If someone’s going to diss your makeup, they can at least do it through club hit, right? Right.

Adore Delano: I Adore You

Adore’s unique voice was showcased on the show, and it’s really what makes this emotional ballad. This song left us in tears when we first heard it.

Sharon Needles: Dressed To Kill

The kooky-creepy season 4 winner must have called on her friends in the dark arts to make this song the catchy hit that it is.

Trixie Mattel: Mama Don’t Make Me Put on the Dress Again

Something a little different from all the other songs on this list. This country ditty sees Trixie in and out of drag, and he looks super-cute as both.

Courtney Act: Kaleidoscope

Courtney goes full tween pop girl in this summer hit. She transports us to a Cali beach, cocktail in hand.

Adore Delano: Hello, I Love You

This grunge queen can go full pop princess as she serves some Katy Perry-esque bubblegum girly goodness in this song.

Alaska, Courtney Act, Willam: American Apparel Ad Girls

This banger is absurd and absolute nonsense, but that doesn’t stop us loving it. Three of our favorite queens in one girl group? Yes please.

Words Ifan Llewelyn



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