Country (and yes, pop) American singer LeAnn Rimes has expressed her LGBT support via one of the songs in her latest album, Remnants. Called “Love Is Love Is Love” (or #LovEisLovEisLovE), Rimes said in a Rolling Stone interview that the song was partly inspired by her support of the LGBT community and of equality in general – something she remains passionate about.
“It was… a major conversation, a deeper conversation in our writing session of ‘how far can your love extend?’,” Rimes was quoted as saying. “Can we disagree with someone? Can someone have done the most horrible thing and can we still find that oneness within us to be able to extend some kind of love?”
For Rimes, “it’s a very deep message in that happy song… It’s amazing to be able to create and talk about things like that. I think it’s much-needed right now. I can’t hide my heart. That’s written all over it for me, equality and loving people. How people take that? That’s about them; that’s not about me. I spread love.”
Rimes broke into the music scene particularly in the US in 1997, with “Blue“, her first number one single. She was only 14 years old when she won Grammy’s Best New Artist.
Listen to the new #LovEisLovEisLovE single mix HERE.