Angel Haze Opens Up About Her Sexuality On Macklemore's 'Same Love' Freestyle: Listen

Dana Loftus
Angel Haze backstage at Lollapalooza, Chicago, IL

Angel Haze takes on Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' hit, "Same Love," to share her experiences with sexuality.

"Hi mom, I'm really scared right now, but, I have to," the New York rapper begins. "At age 13 my mother knew I wasn't straight/ She didn't understand but she had so much to say/ She sat me on the couch, looked me straight in my face/ She said, 'You'll burn in hell or probably die of AIDS."

Haze continues to rap on the struggle for equality, closing the seven-minute song by saying that she won't be labeled: "No, I'm not gay/ No, I'm not straight/ And I sure as hell am not bisexual/ Damn it, I am who I am when I am it."

Check out the track below:

A day before, Angel Haze took to Twitter to express hesitance of releasing the remix. With the support of her fans, she went ahead and shared the song via Soundcloud.

 

Angel Haze is on a streak. As she preps for her debut album, "Dirty Gold," Angel Haze has been releasing freestyles as a part of her "30 Gold" series. Within the month of October, she's rapped over Kanye West's "Black Skinhead," Jay Z's "Tom Ford," Drake's "Worst Behaviour," Kendrick Lamar's "Backseat Freestyle" and A$AP Ferg's "Shabba."