Gay Agenda, Jan. 15: Kylie Minogue Teases New Music; Plus Troye Sivan, Soju & More

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Gay Agenda is a column for Billboard Pride where we run down a few fab things at the start of each week. Between new tracks, music videos and pop culture moments, we want our readers to be prepared for happy hour kikis and water cooler conversation.

1. Kylie Minogue​ teased a new track called “Dancing,” due this Friday (Jan 19). The song kicks off her Golden era, which the Aussie describes as a change of pace: “It’s ended up with a different direction for sure, but essentially I’d still say it’s very much a Kylie record.”

2. Troye Sivan dropped his sexiest music video to date, “My My My!”, a menagerie of strobe lights and sex appeal. The 22-year-old confirmed on Twitter that he will be performing “My My My!,” as well as a second new song, on Saturday Night Live this week (Jan 20).

3. When you get a second to come down from your Troye-induced euphoria, give Hayley Kiyokos sapphic video for “Curious” some love. The colorful clip features slick choreography and a steamy encounter with a former fling. The singer-actress is gearing up to release her debut album, Expectations, due March 20.

4. Culture critic Ira Madison III partnered with Crooked Media to release Keep It!, a podcast that promises to be “a conversation at the intersection of pop culture and politics at a time when we’re all obsessing over both.” For the first installment, titled “Leave Oprah alone!,” Madison is joined by former Jezebel writer Kara Brown and comedian and writer Louis Virtel for a discussion about the Time's Up initiative and social media’s obsession with #Oprah2020.

5. Canadian crooner Mathew V is keeping it upbeat for the follow up to his independently released debut EP Sounds, which was about a boy that broke his heart: “Since that EP, I’ve had a lot of time to heal, and I’ve had a pretty frickin’ amazing year which gave me some glue to put all of the pieces back together,” Mathew told Billboard. “With “Broken” I wanted to branch out sonically and lyrically from the sad songs I’ve made in the past, and try some self-empowering, full-on pop.”

6. Chicago-based drag queen Soju has unleashed the clip for her debut song “So Juicy,” which takes inspiration from classic K-pop music videos. "So Juicy" features a cameo from Drag Race alum Jaymes Mansfield and is the first single off K-pop Idol Reject, Soju’s mini-album due in June.

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Jan 8: Britney Spears Spanks Scruff Founder, CupCakKe, Diana Ross & More

Dec. 15: Charli XCX Releases a Queer Mixtape, Ginger Minj, Brockhampton & More

Dec. 8: Patti LaBelle Is Shocked by Sam Smith, Todrick Hall, Michelle Visage & More

Dec. 1: Virginia Delegate-Elect Danica Roem Is A Metal Head, Trixie Mattel, Sakima & More

Nov. 17: BibleGirl Stars in Allie X Lyric Video, Plus Trey Pearson, Sia & More

Nov. 10: Sharon Needles Tributes Andy Warhol, Plus Kelela, Brian Justin Crum & More

Nov. 3: Scissor Sisters' Ana Matronic & Jake Shears Go Solo, Plus Sam Smith, Kim Petras & More

Oct. 27: Russell Tovey Reads Oscar Wilde, Plus Justin Michael Williams, Wes Period & More

Oct. 20: George Michael's New Single, Hayley Kiyoko, Bobi Andonov & More

Oct. 13: P!nk's Suffragette Anthem, MNEK, Gigi Gorgeous & More

Sept 29: Courtney Act Confuses Katy Perry For A Twink, FLETCHER, Grizzly Bear & More

Sept 22: Era Istrefi Takes Over Bushwig, Lady Gaga, Jeffery Austin & More

Sept 15: P!nk Covers Sam Smith, CupcakKe, Madonna & More

Sept 8: Tove Lo's 'Disco Tits,' DragCon, Sam Smith & More