Founded by gay rights activist Morris Kight in 1969, the Los Angeles LGBT Center has served as a safe haven and inclusive hub for the last 50 years. The center provides diverse programs and services aimed at enriching the lives of people in the global LGBTQ+ community, including some of its youngest local members.
“Struggling on your own in the music business is very hard and self-defeating sometimes,” the Stockholm-based singer says. “Getting rejected and comparing yourself to everybody is a lifelong struggle.”
To celebrate the release of “Face My Fears” and Kingdom Hearts III, out now on the PlayStation 4 and XBox One, Billboard caught up with Skrillex about working with Hikaru Utada, his deep connection to the game franchise and his upcoming projects.
“We wanted to show more of our culture because there are a lot of people like us right here in the U.S. We wanted to say, ‘Hey, you’re not alone. We’re all going through this together,’” says Vic Banuelos, one half of the sister duo Reyna.