Three-time Grammy Award-winning country superstar Miranda Lambert has teamed up with Netflix fashion show “Queer Eye” for “Y’all Means All,” her new single. It will be released on December 31, in time for the start of the sixth season of the popular streaming program.
Via Twitter, the Longview, TX native said: “Here’s one final surprise for all of you this year! A new song ‘Y’all Means All’ will be released on December 31st to celebrate @QueerEye’s new season that has it all. filmed in Texas! ” Additionally, the Queer Eye show’s Twitter posted a message that read, “OMG. We’ve teamed up with THE Country Music Queen @mirandalambert for her new song Y’all Means All which will debut alongside S6 on 12/31. /. “
This decision continues what has been, for Lambert, a year of recognition and desire to be a strong advocate for the LGBTQ community. In August 2021, she released a video for Nashville-based DJ Telemitry’s house remix of the track “Tequila Does” from her 2019 album Wildcard. This video shows her brother, Luke Lambert, who is gay and married, as well as Miranda Lambert’s husband, Brendan McLoughlin, making an appearance.
“I recorded a song [in 2011] called “All kinds of kinds. “I recorded this because of my brother… the song means more to me over the years the more I learn,” Lambert said in an interview with Anthony Allen Ramos of GLAAD. Being in a family where LGBTQ people surround me teach me and understand how I can be part of the change and remain the same person that I have been as an artist for 20 years. I don’t see why these worlds can’t fit together. I talk about things that are close to my heart! If I can be a part of this change in any way… I still want to. “