Behold: A magical hip-hop experience filled with transvestites, sparklers, glitter and mile-high stilettos.

It's San Francisco's newest queer hip-hop anthem, and we're in love.

"Bucket Betch," the new single released by Double Dutchess, exhibits queer San Francisco at its most outrageous. In matching metallic gold booty shorts, the hip-hop duo proclaims that LGBT individuals are "popping up and taking over the place," from the Castro to Tokyo.

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Composed of Krylon Superstar and d.a.v.O., Double Duchess describes their music as campy electro-hop. Whatever the category, the high-energy divas know how to show off the best of a San Francisco summer.

Check out their performance at Public Works on August 10.

In the mean time, watch their video below to see what we're talking about. Then check out some of our other favorite San Francisco anthems:

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  • Mixologist

  • Double Dutchess, "Bucket Betch"

  • Dolores Park Hipsters

  • SF Player

  • Motherf*cking Bike

  • Sh*t San Franciscans Say

  • Whole Foods Rap

  • Berkeley Enough

  • American Hipster Presents