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After Party is the second studio album from American singer-songwriter and drag queen, Adore Delano. The album was released through Producer Entertainment Group on March 11, 2016. It was made available to pre-order on February 18, 2016. The album's lead single, "Dynamite" was released on February 26, 2016 with the song's music video premiering the same day.

The album received generally positive reviews from select critics. Gordon Ashenhurst, writing for Metro Weekly, praised the album: "'After Party' is a twistedly tuneful pageant of club bangers and danceable downers. Putting the clichéd, comedy-based music of her peers in the shade, the former RuPaul’s Drag Race contestant weds together funky house music with an appetite for after-hours introspection. Every song generates its own uniquely scintillating, gutter-glam glitz. Indulging in despair at every turn, it’s an album that both explores and intensely commits itself to escape from it."

"Dynamite" was released as the album's lead single on February 26, 2016 with the official music video premiering the same day. The song explores how the effects of being sexually attracted to someone can have on a person.

On March 9, 2016, Delano uploaded a teaser trailer for "Take Me There", the second single from the album. The official music video was released on March 11, 2016.

"I.C.U." was released as the third single on September 1, 2016, along with the music video.

In the UK, After Party debuted at number 71 on the Scottish albums chart and number 46 on the UK Download chart, but only made 181 on the official UK Albums Chart despite appearing at number 80 on the Official Albums Chart Update, a midweek sales-flash chart published halfway through the tracking week.

The album also went to number 140 on the Belgian Flanders album chart.

In the US the album debuted at number 192 on the Billboard 200. Though a drop from Delano's first album, which peaked at number 59, After Party outpeaked it on the US Dance/Electronic chart, opening at number 1.

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