July Feature: Cazwell
Cazwell took social media by storm recently with his lacey shorts for men. The outfits are part of his new video debuting off his recent music label “Snow Cone,” entitled, “Loose Wrists.” Cazwell was surprised by the reaction because he said, “the outfits are way more conservative than the shirtless guys in Speedo’s and jockstraps.”
“Loose Wrists” is now available on I-tunes.
Cazwell said that he noticed a real femme pride movement brewing on social media a few years ago, which gave him inspiration for the new release. He says, “It’s about time we all embrace femme. Whether we are gay or straight, when men get in touch with their feminine sides, it gives a real sense of empowerment.” Given the current political environment, he vowed to be as gay as possible with his music and videos. He stated that, “We have to be more visible than ever and I hope I inspire that.”
Cazwell’s career started in downtown New York. He has been described as ‘what would have happened if Eminem had grown up on Madonna’s front lawn.’ He has over 10 million You Tube / VEVO views for such tentpole videos as ‘Ice Cream Truck,’ “I Seen Beyoncé Ay Burger King,’ ‘Get My Money Back,’ ‘No Selfie Control’ and “Rice & Beans’. He has amassed over 1 million digital streams and downloads and has earned hipster credibility with a steady flow of danceable hip hop tracks that impressively showcase his hypomanic take on pop culture.
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