Holland Excites The LGBT+ Community With 'I'm Not Afraid'

By Edward Leary | July 10, 2018 11:00 AM EDT


Holland made his debut in the beginning of 2018, which indirectly marked it the year of the LGBT+ in the K-Pop community. After finding success with his debut single "Neverland," the handsome ballad-singing artist comes back to the scene with "I'm Not Afraid."

The song consists of a more alternative house beat, making it a smooth but fun dance track. Holland's vocal style stands out while remaining familiar to his debut concept. As excepted the MV showcases a lot of intense but glorifying scenes of homosexuality; from drag queens and cross-dressing to guys and girls completely making out! Holland truly has no fear and lets the world know it quite tastefully. Check out the MV down below!

What do you think of Holland's new MV and thill-inducing concept? Share your thoughts with us down below!

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