By Joey Nolfi
January 31, 2019 at 03:00 PM EST
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The queens of RuPaul’s Drag Race don’t save the slayage solely for the Werk Room; these ladies have proven their skills as recording artists, too. And in celebration of all good things drag, EW has assembled a list of standout singles and music videos from some of our favorite RuPaul’s Drag Race alums — not ranked, not shadily sequenced — that will be updated each time a notable queen releases new material (and who are we kidding, you know the season 11 girls have their videos primed and ready to drop on their upcoming elimination days, respectively).

VH1 currently airs new episodes of RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars 4 Fridays at 8 p.m. ET, with season 11 set to begin in the weeks ahead. Read on for EW’s full roundup of standout singles (some of which are NSFW) from some of Drag Race‘s most sickening queens.

Trinity The Tuck – “I Call Shade” (feat. Peppermint)

Manila Luzon – “Go Fish”

Aja – “Jekyll & Hyde”

Monét X Change – “Soak It Up” (feat. Bob the Drag Queen)

Shea Coulée – “Crème Brûlée”

Shangela – “Werqin’ Girl”

Trixie Mattel – “Break Your Heart”

Naomi Smalls – “Pose”

Monique Heart – Brown Cow Stunning

Eureka O’Hara – “The Big Girl”

Jiggly Caliente – All This Body (feat. Alaska and Ginger Minj)

Blair St. Clair – “Now Or Never”

Alaska – “Stun” (feat. Gia Gunn)

Tammie Brown – “Love Piñata”

Adore Delano – “I Adore U”

Willam – “Boy Is a Bottom” (feat. Detox & Vicky Vox)

BeBe Zahara Benet – “Jungle Kitty”

Peppermint – “A Vision of Nowness”

Dusty Ray Bottoms – Neva Lavd Yah!

The Heathers (Raja, Carmen Carrera, Delta Work, Manila Luzon) – “Lady Marmalade”

Latrice Royale – “Weight”

Sharon Needles – “Battle Ax”

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