Dorian Electra Gets Village People, Pussy Riot for "My Agenda"

Dorian Electra Gets Village People, Pussy Riot for 'My Agenda'
Ahead of releasing their Rebecca Black-featuring new album My Agenda tomorrow (October 16), Dorian Electra has shared another mammoth collaboration from the record, the title track featuring Village People and Pussy Riot.

The genre-bending single is sung in both English and Russian verses, and addresses the "gay agenda," as well as the issues the LGBTQ+ community faces globally. "My agenda / Might offend ya / Out here flexin in my rainbow suspenders," they sing in the chorus.

Pussy Riot offered a translation of their verse on Twitter earlier today. See that below.

The record features further production by 100 gecs' Dylan Brady, d0llywood1, umru, Count Baldor, Clarence Clarity and Sega Bodega, among others. Previously, Electra shared three singles from the effort, including Black's collab "Edgelord," "Gentleman / M'Lady" and "Sorry Bro (I Love You)."

Listen to "My Agenda" below.