Singaporean singer Willie Tay, alias Wils, had to rebuild his career after his record label dropped him for being gay. He has just released his new album, Don’t Leave Too Soon. Photo: Jeffrey Beasley Singaporean singer Willie Tay, alias Wils, had to rebuild his career after his record label dropped him for being gay. He has just released his new album, Don’t Leave Too Soon. Photo: Jeffrey Beasley
Singaporean singer Willie Tay, alias Wils, had to rebuild his career after his record label dropped him for being gay. He has just released his new album, Don’t Leave Too Soon. Photo: Jeffrey Beasley

Dropped for coming out as gay, Singaporean singer Wils releases new album and wants his music to help others struggling with their identity

  • Rising pop star Wils refused to be disheartened when his record label dropped him for coming out and deleted his popular social media accounts
  • Now based in Los Angeles, he explores what it’s like to navigate the ups and downs of love as a gay man on his new album

Topic |   Singapore
Singaporean singer Willie Tay, alias Wils, had to rebuild his career after his record label dropped him for being gay. He has just released his new album, Don’t Leave Too Soon. Photo: Jeffrey Beasley Singaporean singer Willie Tay, alias Wils, had to rebuild his career after his record label dropped him for being gay. He has just released his new album, Don’t Leave Too Soon. Photo: Jeffrey Beasley
Singaporean singer Willie Tay, alias Wils, had to rebuild his career after his record label dropped him for being gay. He has just released his new album, Don’t Leave Too Soon. Photo: Jeffrey Beasley
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