Gregory Dillon is Perfectly Imperfect on “Plastic Ferrari”

On “Plastic Ferrari”, Gregory Dillon addresses the many underlying insecurities that exist in the picture-perfect realities that we try to maintain and create for ourselves (ie. Instagram). Taking the form of a human Ken Doll, Dillon clarifies that he is anything but perfect, but nevertheless proud and strong. As a worldwide advocate for equality, pride, and acceptance, “Plastic Ferrari” speaks volumes to the many pressures that queer kids grow up living with. Following the release of his breakout single “Love Again” with EDM powerhouse duo Menrva, and coverage from notable publications such as Billboard, Gaytimes, and Paper Magazine, Gregory Dillon has cemented himself as a future super-star, proving that once again on “Plastic Ferrari”.

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