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17 bisexual singers you should keep on your rotation for the perfect bi-bes

Robyn Exton

Jun 07, 2023

17 bisexual singers you should keep on your rotation for the perfect bi-bes

This one goes out for the folks that aren’t afraid to leave the pronouns as they are on karaoke night! I mean, what’s better than having more bi-representation on your Spotify likes? Get to know some famous bisexual singers and musicians that relate to your experience, sing about it, and became the bi-cons they are in the process.

From rock to pop and rap, we have plenty of options to curate the perfect Pride Playlist or find your new bi-anthem for the summer. Ready to dive in? Let’s bi-gin!

Note: For bisexuals, there are never enough puns.

Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga, the ultimate pop sensation, has conquered the music world with her extraordinary talent and boundary-pushing creativity. Born Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta from an Italian-American family, Gaga rose to prominence with her debut album “The Fame” and her chart-topping hits like “Poker Face” and “Bad Romance.” 

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She proudly identifies as bisexual and has been vocal about her sexuality her whole career. She fearlessly uses her platform to spread love, acceptance, and visibility for the LGBTQIA+ community. Gaga’s bold fashion choices, avant-garde performances, and empowering anthems like “Born This Way” have made her an icon for queer individuals, inspiring countless fans to embrace their authentic selves and celebrate steering away from the norm because it’s a good thing.

“You know what? It’s not a lie that I am bisexual and I like women, and anyone that wants to twist this into ‘she says she’s bisexual for marketing,’ this is a f**king lie. This is who I am and who I have always been.”

Arlo Parks

Arlo Parks is a rising indie-pop star that has captured hearts with her introspective lyrics and mesmerizing vocals. She proudly identifies as bisexual and fearlessly explores it through her music. She weaves her personal experiences into her songs, touching on love, attraction, and self-acceptance themes. Parks’ breakthrough album “Collapsed in Sunbeams” received critical acclaim for its emotional depth and vulnerability. 

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With tracks like “Eugene” and “Hurt,” she delves into the complexities of love, inviting listeners into her journey and celebrating the diverse spectrum of attraction. Parks’ authenticity and introspective approach have made her a rising bisexual icon, reaching fans who find solace and representation in her soulful sound.

“Coming out as bisexual was freeing in a way, because it allowed me to talk about experiences and feelings about certain things and people that I didn’t feel able to before.”

Freddie Mercury

The legendary frontman of Queen was an unparalleled force in the music industry. From the Island of Zanzibar to Great Britain and the whole world, Mercury’s electrifying stage presence, four-octave vocal range, and iconic songs like “Bohemian Rhapsody” and “We Will Rock You” propelled him to stardom. While he didn’t openly discuss his sexual orientation during his lifetime, he embraced his bisexuality privately, and most people just labeled him as “gay.”

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His relationships with both men and women, especially Mary Austin, shaped his journey of self-discovery and artistic expression. Actually, it is believed the song “Bicycle Race,” was a reference to his sexuality!

In an era when bi visibility was limited, Mercury’s flamboyant fashion, powerful performances, and anthems of individuality resonated deeply with the LGBTQIA+ community. Mercury’s tragic passing from AIDS-related complications in 1991 brought attention to the epidemic and solidified his status as a legend whose legacy continues to inspire and uplift millions of fans. 

“It would destroy all the mystery if I always explained everything about myself. To actually come out with it and go into huge detail about all those things, to be honest, is a bit beneath me. I have maybe a wider sexual taste than most people, but that’s as far as I’m going to go.“


Step into the enchanting world of Aurora, the Norwegian singer-songwriter known for her ethereal vocals and mesmerizing presence. She has captivated audiences with her unique blend of folk and pop. Aurora fully embraces her sexuality, and even though she prefers to go unlabeled, her experience and music resonate with bisexual folks as she incorporates personal themes of love and attraction in her music.

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Her hauntingly beautiful songs like “Runaway” and “Queendom” carry messages of freedom and empowerment, resonating with bi individuals who navigate the complexities of their own identities. Aurora’s distinctive voice, ethereal charm, and introspective lyrics have made her a beacon of light for all her fans, providing representation and understanding in the world of music.

“I have had one girlfriend in my past, and it was very lovely it was very intense in the way we talked, especially in the way we discussed and things we had in common and understand and emotions of the body was just on another level. Since then, I’ve been with a guy. I think love is love. I think when I, if I fall in love with a woman it goes deeper.”


Brace yourself for the unapologetic energy of Halsey! This powerhouse artist, songwriter, and makeup entrepreneur has taken the music industry by storm with her distinctive voice and fearless attitude. Halsey has talked about her bisexuality since her beginnings as a Tumblr celebrity, and it is an integral part of her artistry. 

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She fearlessly uses her music to express her experiences and challenges faced by bi individuals. Through unforgettable hits like “Bad at Love” and “Without Me,” Halsey fearlessly explores themes of love, heartbreak, and identity from a bisexual perspective, inviting listeners into her personal journey. With her girl-boss attitude and captivating performances, Halsey has become a role model for queer youth, inspiring them to embrace their true selves and find strength in who they are.

“I’m a young, bisexual woman, and I’ve spent a large part of my life trying to validate myself — to my friends, to my family, to myself — trying to prove that who I love and how I feel is not a phase; it’s not part of some confusion that’s going to change or could be manipulated, so I tried really hard to find the courage this year to write female pronouns into my music.”

Billie Joe Armstrong

The frontman of the iconic punk rock band Green Day, who identifies as bisexual, has been influential in the music industry for decades. Known for his energetic stage presence and rebellious spirit, Armstrong has penned anthems that resonate with the experiences of bisexual and LGBTQIA+ individuals. Being anti-establishment and defying the status quo since Green Day’s breakthrough album “Dookie,” which catapulted them to fame with hits like “Basket Case” and “When I Come Around,” he has kept his essence intact.

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Armstrong’s unapologetic approach to his sexuality and his commitment to authenticity has made him an icon and inspiration for all his fans, especially since bisexuality is not very talked-about among cis men, and his leap into mainstream fame proved to many people that being bi and punk rock can (and will) go hand in hand.

Willow Smith

This queen of cool not only slays the music scene but also shook the world when she came out as bisexual and polyamorous on the legendary Red Table Talk. Can we just take a moment to appreciate the sheer awesomeness of having that conversation on live TV with her mom and grandma? Willow’s openness and authenticity are like a breath of fresh air in a world that sometimes feels too rigid. 

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Willow has always been known for being so originally authentic, coming from a legendary family, she still found a way to stand out from the crowd and inspire so many people. From her soulful anthem “Wait a Minute!” to the empowering vibes of “Female Energy,” her music is pure magic that speaks to our hearts and reminds us to embrace our beautiful, unique selves.

“I love men and women equally and so I would definitely want one man, one woman.”

David Bowie

You might have heard of the ever-evolving David Bowie! This iconic legend was a musical genius and a true gender-bending pioneer. Bowie fearlessly challenged societal norms with his eclectic style, mesmerizing personas, and groundbreaking music. 

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As a bisexual trailblazer, he shattered barriers and became an icon of self-expression and liberation. His exploration of bisexuality and confidence in his masculinity is evident in his artistry and personal relationships. From his beloved alter ego Ziggy Stardust to his legendary hits like “Heroes” and “Space Oddity,” Bowie’s legacy as a bi icon continues to shine brightly, inspiring new generations to embrace their true selves and celebrate the uniqueness in love and life.

“It’s true—I am a bisexual. But I can’t deny that I’ve used that fact very well. I suppose it’s the best thing that ever happened to me.”


Filipino-English artist Bea Kristi, better known as Beabadoobee, is an emerging indie-rock singer-songwriter who has enchanted her listeners with her dreamy voice and down-to-earth personality. Even though she already had a bunch of fans, she has gained a dedicated following thanks to TikTok. She only recently came out as bisexual and strives to become an inspiration, in her words, someone that little girls that look like her can look up to.

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Her breakthrough hit “Coffee” and the critically acclaimed album “Fake It Flowers” showcase her talent and authenticity, As she grows up, her music does with her, like her recent switch to a psychedelic and more alternative style. Beabadoobee’s unique blend of indie rock, grunge, and shoegaze, coupled with her fantasy-inspired lyrics, has made her the icon she was always meant to be.

“I did have feelings for girls but I just told everyone I was gay […]. Honestly, I was bisexual.”

Kali Uchis

This multi-talented artist combines Latin-infused R&B with a touch of magic, captivating audiences worldwide. As an openly bisexual Colombian-American singer, Kali embraces her identity and celebrates her diverse heritage through her music. Her most popular songs, like “Telepatía” and “After the Storm,” create a sonic world where love thrives, a powerful message nowadays.

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Kali’s distinctive vocals and captivating presence have earned her critical acclaim and a loyal fanbase. With her hypnotic personality and eclectic artistry, she reminds her fans to embrace themselves and celebrate love in all its forms.

“I’ve been bisexual my whole life. … People are constantly trying to find something to invalidate. I want more people in the Latin community to feel like they can express themselves freely and not have to confine themselves.”


Tinashe has not only captured our hearts with her incredible rhythmic pop but has also become an inspiration for bisexual representation in the industry! Her journey to embracing her bisexuality was marked with hurdles, as she feared being misunderstood. However, her desire to be a voice for the bi community and queer folks, in general, inspired her to talk about it!

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Plus, her music is a whole vibe! She effortlessly blends genres like R&B, pop, and electronic beats, creating a sound that’s as unique as she is. From her early mixtapes like “In Case We Die” to her iconic hits like “2 On,” Tinashe’s music takes us on a wild sonic journey, so having her talent on the bi side is truly a privilege.

“I never wanted people to think that I used it for attention. There are so many fucking stereotypes about being bisexual that made me want to shy away from talking about it. I’m much more open to having those discussions now.”

Phoebe Bridgers

Phoebe Bridgers is an indie folk singer-songwriter whose hauntingly beautiful melodies and introspective lyrics have captured the hearts of listeners worldwide. With her vulnerable and raw storytelling, she explores the depths of her emotions and personal experiences through almost bewitching tunes. 

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Her iconic post captioned “Howdy from a visible bisexual,” on no other than Bisexual Visibility Day ‘21, shone a light on her preferences. Plus, Bridger’s music resonates with most bisexual folks, especially her songs with the sapphic AF band Boygenius. Her critically acclaimed album “Punisher,” which includes “Moon Song” and “Motion Sickness,” discusses love, growing up, and mental health, creating a deeply relatable and cathartic listening experience. Phoebe’s siren-like voice and poetic songwriting have garnered her widespread acclaim, establishing her as a powerful voice in the LGBTQIA+ music community.

“I read the distilled stuff for dummies, so to speak, on really important stuff… we may not be experts in these things, but we are the experts of our own lives. So, I feel better about talking about our experiences and representing queerness in general.”

Cardi B

Cardi B, the sensational rapper and media personality, has become a force to be reckoned with in the music industry. Known for her unfiltered lyrics and larger-than-life personality, she has captivated audiences on and off-screen. Her openness about her attraction has made her an important figure within the LGBTQIA+ community, even though she got some uncalled-for biphobic backlash from haters that didn’t believe she was bi.

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With viral hits like “Bodak Yellow” and “WAP,” Cardi B fearlessly expresses her sexuality and celebrates her desires. She unapologetically embraces her identity, challenging societal norms and encouraging others to do the same. Her vibrant personality, confident demeanor, and top-notch sense of humor have solidified her status as a true bi-con.

“I’m married to a man, but I have expressed soo much about my bisexuality and my experiences with girls. All of a sudden, ‘queer baiting’ is the new word & people use it to the ground!” 


Dodie Clark, known simply as Dodie, is a singer-songwriter and YouTuber from the UK who has gained a massive following for her heartfelt songs and candid storytelling. She openly identifies as bisexual, coming out to her fans through a YouTube Video, and has advocated for LGBTQIA+ rights and visibility before and after that event. By exploring the nuances of love and relationships in her music, her relatable lyrics found a home in the hearts of millions.

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Dodie’s authenticity and vulnerability shine through her soulful tunes, including hits like “Sick of Losing Soulmates” and “She.” With her gentle voice and introspective lyrics, she has become a beloved figure within the gay community thanks to the sweetness and authenticity she is known for.

“There’s an expectation with bisexuality, in particular online, to be a certain way, and feel a certain way about it, and I don’t think I align with that. I’m still figuring it out. I love my bi-ness, but I think I need to love it by myself for a while.”

Lil Nas X

Lil Nas X, born Montero Lamar Hill, changed the course of the music industry and marked a before & after with his genre-defying sound and refreshing personality. As an openly bi artist, Lil Nas X fearlessly celebrates his identity and embraces his sexuality through his music, but since he made a name for himself as a homosexual man, he was afraid to show a new side of himself. Luckily, his fans accepted him with open arms and the humor he is known for.

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Lil Nas X’s breakthrough hit “Old Town Road” became a global sensation, breaking records and sparking many conversations, some controversial to conservative folks, proving his icon status. His bold and provocative performances and witty lyrics have made him a prominent figure in the queer community and a trailblazer for bi representation in mainstream music. 

“Would y’all be mad at me if I thought I was a little bisexual?”

Jason Mraz

Besides being a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and the king of chill, beachy tunes, Mraz has been open about his sexuality for a while and identifies as a bi man. Two decades’ worth of hits, like “I’m Yours” and “Lucky, ” showcase Mraz’s signature blend of acoustic pop and folk. With his warm and soothing vocals, he has the ability to create an atmosphere of acceptance and love, inviting listeners to embrace their authentic selves.

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 As an advocate for equality and LGBTQIA+ rights, Jason Mraz continues to encourage bisexual individuals to live their truth and spread love, just like he does! In fact, one of the key moments in his coming out story was reading a poem at a Pride Celebration that says:

“We still have a long way to go, but know I am bi your side, all ways,”

Lauren Jauregui

Known for her time as a member of the girl group Fifth Harmony, she has since embarked on a successful solo career. Jauregui is proudly bisexual and has been very outspoken about it for years, but it was difficult at first since she was outed without her consent by some fans and controversial personality Perez Hilton.

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Her powerful voice and empowering lyrics showcase her unique artistry. Songs like “Expectations” and “More Than That” are proof of that! Lauren’s authenticity and vocal prowess have earned her a dedicated fanbase. Through her music, she continues to uplift bi and queer folks by being her genuine, amazing self.

“I am a bisexual Cuban-American woman and I am so proud of it.” 

Songs that we claim as bisexual anthems 

Let’s call this section our “honorable mentions.” Songs that are not really about being bisexual or by bisexual artists even, but describe the bi experience so well that we need to claim them as our own just for their 2 to 3-minute length.

Girls/Girls/Boys – Panic! At The Disco

Even though the lyrics “Girls like girls and boys” and “love is not a choice” are super bi, we can’t really confirm if it was written from that perspective since singer Brendon Urie is actually pansexual. Still, it’s fair to say it feels very relatable to the bisexual spectrum.

Follow Your Arrow – Kacey Musgraves

The song technically is about being yourself, no matter what society expects of you, but when Kacey sings,

“so make lots of noise, kiss lots of boys, or kiss lots of girls, if that’s somethin’ you’re into,”

my bi heart can’t help but yell with her at the top of my lungs.

I Kissed A Girl – Katy Perry

A bit trope-y, yes, but you cannot tell me that every bisexual secretly had this song and video on repeat, and it was part of their awakening. Like, I wanted to taste some cherry chapstick too!

Girls & Boys – Blur

So, we do want to eradicate the idea that bisexuality is about being greedy and promiscuous, but we can have some promiscuity as a treat! This song is about the party scene and everyone going at everyone, and even if that is not synonymous with “bisexual,” it is just too good not to appropriate it, you know? 

To recap, these singers have left an indelible mark on the music industry, leaving behind a legacy of empowerment, acceptance, and love. As we continue to celebrate their artistry and honor their contributions, let us be inspired by their fearlessness and use their voices as a reminder that being bisexual is something to be celebrated, cherished, and embraced

Hope you enjoyed this musical adventure filled with the most iconic bi-stars from yesterday, today, and tomorrow. We know that having songs that feel relatable and connect with our experiences is genuinely important, so don’t be shy and explore their entire discographies, you might actually find your new favorite tune, album, and even artist!

Robyn Exton

Robyn is the CEO & Founder of HER. Find her on Twitter.

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