'Drag Race' Star Adore Delano Is A Punk 'Negative Nancy' In New Music Video

Adore Delano, 'Negative Nancy'
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Adore Delano, 'Negative Nancy'

Former Drag Race star Adore Delano is pioneering a punk comeback in the video for her new single "Negative Nancy," off the hotly-anticipated album Whatever.

Sensing a theme here? You're not alone. Since becoming the first Drag Race contestant to ever quit the show during season two of the series' All Stars, Delano has made a name for edgy, IDGAF anthems that match grunge beats with rock 'n' roll lyricism. The video for "Negative Nancy," which dropped Monday (July 31) brings those concepts to life.

Here, we find Delano as a pigtailed, feisty softball player who wields a bat while spitting razor-sharp, tongue-in-cheek lyrics that celebrate rebellion. Things get pretty wild by the visual's end, as the rock-tinged track spirals into a garbled roar.

Whatever, Delano's third studio album, is out August 21. It follows up Till Death Do Us Party (2014) and last year's After Party, both of which charted on the Billboard 200.

Check out the full, joyfully reckless visual, below.

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