Those of you who are familiar with Matt Pop’s work will know that he is not averse to a bit of camp every now and then, and his latest production with Hong Kong’s finest DJ Stonedog is camper than a row of tents. Yes, it’s Big Gay Anthem, a song so gay that even some gay radio stations have complained about it – which ofcourse amused DJ Stonedog and Matt no end. Written by DJ Stonedog,  produced by Matt, and sung by lovely upcoming dance diva Thara, the song consists entirely of titles of gay classics (whatever those are, right?) so the lyrics are a pub quiz waiting to happen (“name at least 5 song titles mentioned in the second verse of Big Gay Anthem!”).  It was supposed to be out on iTunes last week, but there has been a small hiccup with our Apple friends; however,  you can download the Matt Pop radio edit,  club mix and club mix without rap now:  To watch the YouTube preview, go here:

About Matt

Matt Pop is a producer and remixer from The Netherlands, known for his mixes for RuPaul, Almighty, Andy Bell, Peter Wilson, Nicki French, Hazell Dean, Cilla Black, Erasure, Bucks Fizz, Lonnie Gordon, Pierre Pascual and many others. He also has quite a reputation for doing unauthorised bootlegs that prove popular with fans and often also the original artists themselves. The many unofficial Matt Pop ABBA mixes have gained him a loyal follwing amongst fans of the Swedish Fab Four. His style is uplifting, vocal, melodic and electronic.