‘Glee’ Star Alex Newell Is A Dance Diva Reborn In ‘Boy, You Can Keep It’

After controling Broadway in addition to television, Alex Newell is changing his focus back to the dance floor covering.

The gender-nonconforming star in addition to singer dropped his really first singular in 4 years, “Boy, You Can Keep It,” onWednesday Its including video adhere to Newell, valuable by target audience as Unique Adams on “Glee,” as he browses a night on the neighborhood, striking a number of postures for paparazzi at the same time.

In spite of his blinged-out appearance in the clip, Newell desires the track to function as a tip that “material things aren’t everything in a relationship.”

“They aren’t how you measure love,” Newell, that utilizes the pronouns “he” in addition to “him,” declared in an email. “I’m saying, ‘I don’t need everything that you think I do.’ I’m looking for something you can’t monetize. I want something real.”

“Boy, You Can Keep It” is Newell’s really initially preliminary, pop-oriented effort considered that 2016, when he released a five-song EP, “Power,” in addition to a follow-up singular, “Need Somebody,” utilizing Atlantic Records, one year after “Glee” ended its six-season run.

Watch the “Boy, You Can Keep It” video noted below.

Since after that, the Massachusetts person has in fact kept stressful in many tools. He opened for Adam Lambert on the “American Idol” alum’s 2016 adventure in addition to a year later made his Broadway introducing in the Tony- winning revival of “Once on This Island.”

Last month, Newell returned to network TV on “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist,” co-starring Jane Levy in addition to other “Glee” alum SkylarAstin This Friday, he’ll strike New York’s Carnegie Hall for “I’m Every Woman: Divas on Stage,” performing in addition to the New YorkPops

The 27- year-old, that explains Beyonc é in addition to Whitney Houston as effects, has in fact declared being invited by Hollywood as a gender-nonconforming artist has in fact been purposeful provided the barriers he’s handled as a Black LGBTQ person of belief.

“Nobody else is going to be me,” he notified Vice in2018 “I’m me, and I have to look out for myself. If you don’t like my representation, that’s on you.”