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Dance Music and DJ's: Meet the Pride Festival Performers

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4:00 p.m. Chanel Dror

For some of the bestest (yes, bestest) revamps of rap songs on YouTube, you have to search out Chanel Dror. The Houston gal was discovered thanks to those bits of video-genius, and now she's got her first single out, "R U Jealous Yet." Um, kind of... My YouTube videos never get me discovered, like, ever.

4:30 p.m. Jaymes Vaughan and James Davis

Although not technically known for their musicianship yet, these guys are the grand marshals of the parade this year. You may remember them from "The Amazing Race" or that time in Vegas that you braved the Chippendale's show, but all nudie jokes aside, these guys are the real deal when it comes to playin' up some tunes. They'll be debuting some original songs at the festival, with Vaughan's vocals and Davis's guitar-playing skills on display. What could be better?

5:15 p.m. Christian Andreason and Kitten Kay Sera

Kitten Kay Sera is a fan of pink, to put things lightly. Christian Andreason is a pop singer and life coach. What happens when you combine a life coach/pop singer and a native Houstonian who is obsessed with everything pink and fabulous? A song called "Damn U," that's what, and they'll be debuting it at the festival this weekend.

5:45 p.m. Alexis Jordan

Ms. Jordan has said she doesn't want to be kept in a box, and if her career keeps heading down the path it has been, not much will be able to contain her. With a bunch of #1 hits on the Billboard Dance Charts and a RocNation deal, Alexis Jordan will be working her magic at the festival, with hits like "Happiness" and "Acid Rain," which samples the Bingo Players' song, "Rattle."

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Angelica Leicht
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