AfroCuban Electronic Music Collective (AECM) has announced the dates for their March 25 performance at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The event, titled “Totally Homosexual,” is the first-ever LGBTQ-focused event on the campus of the University.
“We have no idea what the reaction will be from the LGBT community,” said AECM founder and lead singer David Saez, who is also a performer with electronic music collective Sango.
“But I think we’re going to get a good reaction, which is great.”
The event will take place at the intersection of University of California and Colorado campuses, with proceeds benefiting LGBTI and AIDS prevention efforts.
“Totally gay” is an electronic dance music collective comprised of the members of AECm.
They are part of the AfroBobs family, as well as a group of electronic music pioneers who are part-owned by the Afros, who are descendants of slaves from the Caribbean.
The group’s debut album “Gay” was released in 2017 and has sold more than 200,000 copies worldwide.
“Trees” was a 2018 U.K. Top 10 single, and its remix album, “Dirty Gay,” is a 2016 Grammy Award winner.
The band’s upcoming album, titled “‘Totally’ Homosexual” is due out this spring.