Drag star Divina De Campo may not have taken home the crown on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, but she’s definitely winning over the hearts of the people with her latest music video.
On Wednesday (Dec. 4), De Campo dropped her new music video for “A Drag Race Song,” a hilarious track about, well, the kinds of songs queens release after appearing on Drag Race. Instead of taking an already-popular track and turning it into a drag-related parody, the Drag Race UK runner-up satirizes the kind of club jams that fans of the show have grown accustomed to hearing from some of their favorite queens.
The video, similarly, sees the star taking tropes from music videos and the competition itself and spinning them into a fourth-wall breaking extravaganza, as she constantly changes outfits and even seems to mimick well-worn lip sync dance moves from the show. “All my ‘yas gays’, on your sad days/ Sing a catchphrase, it’s a Drag Race song,” she sings.
In a statement released with the track, De Campo put her acerbic persona aside and took a moment to thank her fans for their unwavering support following the show, and with the release of her new EP Decoded. “Thank you to every single one of you who has shown me love and support in what has been a whirlwind few months,” she said. “I’m overwhelmed, humbled and incredibly grateful! This is just the beginning and I look forward to getting out on the road and seeing all of your lovely faces very soon.”
Check out the full video for Divina De Campo’s “A Drag Race Song” below: