Troye Sivan, the celebrated pop superstar known for hits like ‘Bloom,’ has achieved a significant milestone with the release of his highly anticipated third album, “Something to Give Each Other.” This immersive collection of 10 pop tracks, including chart-toppers ‘Rush’ and ‘Got Me Started,’ has captured the hearts of fans and critics alike.
Unapologetically Queer Artistry
Described as a celebration of “sex, dance, sweat, community, queerness, love, and friendship,” the album has received universal acclaim for its unapologetically queer lyrical content and exceptional pop production. Fans have flooded social media with expressions of adoration, with one fan noting that the album is “slowly moving into my top 3 albums of the year.”
Historic Achievement on Australian Charts
The album’s popularity has transcended its musical excellence, propelling it to the top of the Australian charts. On October 20th, the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) announced that “Something to Give Each Other” had claimed the number-one spot, surpassing Drake’s “For All the Dogs.”
ARIA CEO Annabelle Herd congratulated Sivan on this historic achievement, praising him as a “once-in-a-generation artist” who has pushed boundaries across various creative fields.
Embracing Queer Identity
Sivan, who has consistently used his platform to champion LGBTQ+ visibility, playfully shared the news on his Instagram story with the caption “The gay agenda.” Alongside its chart-topping success, the album delivered iconic moments, notably the drag-filled music video for the track ‘One Of Your Girls,’ where Sivan channeled iconic pop divas and showcased his unapologetic queer artistry.
With “Something to Give Each Other,” Troye Sivan has not only secured his place at the pinnacle of Australian music but has also continued to inspire and uplift the LGBTQ+ community through his unreserved celebration of queerness in his work.