Róisín Murphy denies reports Hit Parade proceeds will go to pro-trans charities
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Róisín Murphy has said that none of the proceeds from her latest album, Hit Parade, will go to pro-trans charities.
Hit Parade was released on Friday (8 September). But the release was mired in controversy after a backlash to anti-trans comments from Murphy.
It was reported in August that the record label Ninja Tune had halted all marketing and promotion for the album. Also, all proceeds would go to organisations supporting trans people.
At the time, Attitude reached out to Ninja Tune to confirm this as well as representatives of Murphy for comment. Neither commented.
“Those reports were unconfirmed by the label” – Róisín Murphy
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