I didn’t start my solo career until I was in my late ’20s. And getting signed to West End gave me access to [the label’s] disco catalog, which gave me songs like “All Over Your Face,” “Watch My Mouth” and “Get Into It” with Amanda Le Pore. It solidified me and got me a stronger fan base as a solo artist, a stronger touring base and helped me be able to raise my ticket prices [laughs]. I’m working on like five different tracks with five different people. But for the most part I’m micromanaging the whole thing. The fact that I do music now and make a living off of it is nothing less than a miracle.

“] and probably “All Over Your Face,” “I Seen Beyoncé at Burger King,” “Ice Cream Truck,” “Rice and Beans.” I’ll feel out [the crowd], you know. I started rapping when I was like 18 and started doing shows when I was 20. Plus, Peace Bisquit is really big in the dance world, so I was able to start getting beats from them. I just want to be able to do this for the rest of my life — working with music in some capacity.

Loose Wrists is pretty much a gay pride anthem for where we are in 2017.

I want to talk about everything from the clown we have in the White House, to the cat-fishing online.

Watermark had the chance to catch up with him before the show to chat about his newest single, upcoming projects and what his fans can expect in Orlando.

Can you tell us how your latest song “Loose Wrists” came about?

What can your fans expect from your upcoming show in Orlando? I’m really looking forward to my performance in Orlando!

It’s one of my favorite places to play and always has been. You can expect me to have a couple dancers with me and lace outfits!

I’ll be sure to give Philly’s brown-eyed boys a heads up.

Beyoncé is the epitome of beauty and perfection in society, so the image of her even being at such a lowbrow place is just kind of funny.

[laughs] And I’m going to be doing a lot of songs I haven’t done in a while.