Colton Ford, the former studio pornstar and all around iconic sexy daddy is back! He's got new music and new ways for us to admire him. Unfortunately, it's not porn this time; there is some on his OF though. Colton has just released his latest album Permission

Colton Ford shares with Muscle Service that his album “covers a wide spectrum of narratives, from lustful encounters to falling in love, love lost and dealing with infidelity.  The compilation of contemporary R&B and Pop songs also carries messages on aging and coming out of the closet.”   

“The album’s title track, Permission, is about being who we are born to be and living authentic lives that do not require anyone’s permission but our own,” Ford explains.   

“’Handle It’ is the kind of ooey gooey R&B song that I love,” Ford gushes.  Producer Spin Sista created the track, hook and first verse.  Colton Ford wrote the second verse and bridge, then organized the song and arranged his background vocals. From there, Spin Sista recreated a whole new track and added additional background vocals. 

As if that wasn't enough, the music video is full of cameos. Filmed at The Barracks (where I myself have partied) and Snap Studios in Palm Springs, the “Handle It” video features the artist with his real-life porn star friends Drew Sebastian, Mack Austin and Macho Dog.  The men take on the roles of go-go boys at a gay underground nightclub who can’t keep their hands out of each other’s jocks.   

“There was intense chemistry between the four of us, and you see it, especially in the explicit version of the video,” Ford laughs.

I can only imagine what happened off screen. There is much more to say, but I'll let you just enjoy the video yourself. 

More on Colton Ford Below!

He’s been making music for four decades.  In the 90’s, he was signed to Grammy-nominated producer/songwriter Denise Rich's production company, MIDE Productions, and had two deals with Virgin, the first of which had him paired up with the Godfather of House Music, Frankie Knuckles.

He’s released five full-length albums since: Tug of War, Under the Covers, The Way I Am, Glenn Soukesian, and his new release, Permission.  He has also released two EP’s, Next Chapter and Unity, and numerous Billboard charting singles, including “The Way You Love Me,” “That’s Me,” “Losing My Religion,” “Let Me Live Again,” and “Signed, Sealed, Delivered” with dance diva Pepper Mashay. 

His collaborators include Frankie Knuckles, Chris Willis (David Guetta), Nervo (Kelly Rowlands, Kesha, Britney Spears), Wawa (Kylie Minogue), Redtop (Beyoncé, Taio Cruz), Larry Peace (Prince) and Erik Griggs (Jordan Sparks, Chris Brown) as well as his current creative partners, Spin Sista and The Real RJS. 

In addition to his own numerous Top 10 music videos, Colton Ford was featured in Cyndi Lauper’s video for her hit single, “Into The Nightlife,” and he performed on the Lauper-helmed 2008 True Colors Tour. He was also a featured singer on Chris Reece and Mischa Daniels’ 2010 albums on Armada Music (The Divine Circle and Where You Wanna Go), writing the toplines for “Tonight” and “The Story.” Colton was also named in’s Top 50 Gay Male Musicians.

On the big and small screens, Colton Ford was the subject of the acclaimed 2003 documentary, Naked Fame, and has had cameos in the films Another Gay Sequel by Todd Stephens and John Schlesinger’s The Next Best Thing starring Madonna and Rupert Everett.  He co-starred for three seasons playing Sheriff Trout on Here! TV’s The Lair, and was a featured panelist on the channel’s resident chat fest, Threesome

On stage, Ford made his off-Broadway debut in 2012’s Little House on the Ferry, and in 2018, he co-starred in Studio C’s Production of Howard David Rivers’ critically acclaimed play, And All The Dead, Lie Down, in Hollywood, California. 

In 2019, Colton Ford launched Woop Woop Productions with Spin Sista and The Real RJS.

Colton’s Ford’s “Permission” is a Woop Woop Productions release and is available now on all major digital platforms. The “Handle It” music video is on YouTube

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