Waddie G.

Waddie G. is the Founding Editor of The G-Listed. Based in New York City, Waddie G.’s writing shows off his biggest passions for pop and gay cultures. Born in Sacramento, raised in Kansas City, developed in Atlanta, and matured in Chicago, Waddie G. is an unabashed foodie, proud R&B junkie, adventurous traveler, serial scribbler, and textbook Virgo. Waddie G. and his content has been featured on the "Wendy Williams Show," TMZ, Grindr, Vice, I-D, Windy City Times, and The Gothamist.
Whitney Houston's 10 Most Iconic Cover Songs

Whitney Houston’s 10 Most Iconic Cover Songs

Whitney Houston was a powerhouse vocalist with a career spanning decades. While her original music put her on the map, she also had a knack for delivering unforgettable covers of classic songs. Houston’s interpretations were often so powerful that she made them her own, inspiring new generations of fans. Houston’s range as a singer allowed her to tackle a variety of genres, and her covers showcased this diversity. She could bring the soulful intensity required for a powerful ballad and nail a dance track’s groove. Her covers were beloved for their ability to connect with listeners emotionally, and many of …

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janet. (1993)

How Janet Jackson’s janet. Album Remains A R&B/Pop Classic 30 Years Later

Janet Jackson’s 1993 album janet. completely redefined the pop music landscape and remained an iconic and classic masterpiece. The album, which marked Jackson’s fifth studio effort and was released on May 18, 1993, was a significant departure from her previous landmark albums, Control (1986) and Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989), and showcased her incredible versatility as a musician, performer, and cultural icon. At its release, the public was already familiar with Janet Jackson’s impressive musical and artistic range, having seen her evolve from a teenage pop singer and actress in the early ’80s to a socially conscious multi-genre dance artist by …

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Iconic "Flavor Of Love" Contestants

20 Most Iconic “Flavor Of Love” Contestants

For those who were reality TV fans in the early 2000s, “Flavor of Love” needs no introduction. The show aired from 2006 to 2008 and followed rapper Flavor Flav, of Public Enemy music fame, as he searched for love among a group of women vying for his affection. While the show was often criticized for its over-the-top antics and controversial themes, it was undeniably entertaining and left a lasting impact on reality TV. And of course, one of the most memorable aspects of “Flavor of Love” was the cast of characters who participated in the show. From the self-proclaimed “HBIC” …

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10 Good Reasons Gay/Queer People Choose Celibacy

Reasons Why Gay/Queer People Choose Celibacy

… … 1. One is asexual. … 2. One is getting over a breakup/loss of a significant other. … 3. One is managing health concerns. … 4. One has a lesser risk of contracting an STI or STD. … 5. One has spiritual or religious reasons over their sexuality or sexual behaviors. … 6. One wants to focus more on self and/or goals. … 7. One wants to experience fewer chances of mediocre or disappointing sex and sexual partners. … 8. One wants to feel more empowered over their body. … 9. One wants to wait for a certain level of love …

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