Franz Ferdinand, “Michael”
“Beautiful boys on a beautiful dance floor” is the lyric that essentially sums the song up. Although lead vocalist Alex Kapranos has been linked to singer Eleanor Friedberger, he croons about wanting “Michael” close to him on the dance floor.
This bad gal RiRi jam comes complete with a Latin-influenced track and lyrics full of heat, lust and adventure. Although Rih been linked to her share of hot guys (Drake, Leonardo DiCaprio, Travi$ Scott), there’s no doubt she’s singing about lady love in this track: “Pulled me out on the beach, danced in the water, I start to leave/ She's begging me and asking why it's over.”
Bright Eyes, “Lover I Don’t Have To Love”
Conor Oberst was years ahead of Tinder. He sings about wanting both a man and a woman, someone to comfort him but not necessarily someone he has to love and be affectionate with.
Katy Perry, “I Kissed A Girl”
Don't pretend you didn’t run to the nearest drugstore for some new cherry chapstick after this track dropped. The electro-pop gem sat comfortably at the top of the Hot 100 for 7 weeks.
David Bowie, “John, I’m Only Dancing”
There are a few ways to interpret this classic, but the most commonly accepted theory is that the singer is assuring John that he’s only dancing and will remain faithful.
The Veronicas, “Take Me On The Floor”
Kissing boys, kissing girls and doing it all while letting loose and getting close on the dance floor (Or bedroom floor, whichever you prefer).
Demi Lovato, “Cool For the Summer”
Demi isn’t afraid to admit that she gets a little curious. This bop about a same-sex summer romance dominated the radio in 2015 and peaked at No. 11 on the Hot 100.
Halsey & Lauren Jauregui, "Strangers"
Halsey, who is openly bisexual, scored a No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 back in 2017 with her album 'hopeless fountain kingdom,' which features a song titled “Strangers.” It's a groundbreaking duet with Lauren Jauregui of Fifth Harmony -- another out-and-proud bisexual woman.
The singer dubbed "Lesbian Jesus" by her fans cheekily confronts a former flame who's got a boyfriend and a thing for Kiyoko, suggestively asking her, "[Do] you let him touch you/ The way I used to." It was accompanied by a steamy video to boot.
Frank Ocean opened up about his sexuality in an open letter back in 2012, and on the 2017 single "Chanel," he coos an ode to sexual fluidity over a chilled-out vibe. "My guy pretty like a girl / And he got fight stories to tell/ I see both sides like Chanel," he sings at the start, even getting real with "Yes the good / Dick could roll the eyes back in the skull."