Todrick Hall announced the release of his new album, Femuline, out now. His lead single “Boys In The Ocean” released earlier this month and unveiled a video for album track “Rainin’ Fellas,” an homage to the Weather Girls’ classic, “It’s Raining Men.” Hall co-directed and creative directed the visual with Richy Jackson, best known for his work with Lady Gaga, at the helm as choreographer.
Femuline is bold and unapologetic, like it’s creator. Hall exudes a new confidence and his magnetic charisma shines through on every track, not to mention his clever wordplay. The album was entirely written by Hall, with production from Grammy-winning Wiidope (Nicole Scherzinger, Ciara), and Jeeve (Bruno Mars, Britney Spears).
Culled from Hall’s latest album is “D*** This Big”, an elaborate and over-the-top theatrical production that stays true to Hall’s distinguished aesthetic.
The video was shot at Hall’s home and is replete with perfectly-choreographed dance routines, stunning costumes and plenty of scantily-clad gentlemen. The anthemic, and cheekily-named song, is meant to be a celebration of self and features tv personality and LGBTQ activist TS Madison. The video was directed and executive produced by Hall.
Additionally, Hall is joined by a fierce collection of collaborators, including the legendary Chaka Khan, Brandy, Nicole Scherzinger, Tyra Banks and TS Madison. The dance floor-ready collection is a defiant statement of self-empowerment and self-described as an “open love letter to the LGBTQ community,” released in tandem and in honor of Pride.
Hall’s unstoppable, self-sustained rise has taken him a long way from his roots in the tiny Texas town of Plainview. He quickly went from national fame on “American Idol” to international attention through “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and ultimately commanded a huge global following on social media. He has starred in a selection of Broadway smashes including “Kinky Boots,” “Chicago” and “Waitress” and was featured as the dance captain on the BBC’s “Greatest Dancer.” His profile continued to explode in the wake of his COVID-19 themed anthem “Mask, Gloves, Soap, Scrubs”which he followed with hosting duties for Global Pride 2020 for YouTube.