Cazwell Wants to ‘Make America Femme Again’ With Sexy New Single

Cazwell Wants to ‘Make America Femme Again’ With Sexy New Single

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“I moved to Los Angeles a year ago, and I wanted to make a song that people could drop their convertible tops down to and head bang along with,” says Cazwell of his brand new track, “Loose Wrists.” The queer rapper, formerly based in New York, is especially proud to present this new Cazwell song, as it’s the first single off his new music label Snow Cone.

The song itself is one of the artist’s best yet — reminiscent of old-school hip-hop with a great bass line, along with Cazwell’s trademark sleazy-but-witty lyrics. And the video for “Loose Wrists” is top-notch as well, with the rapper looking particularly foine. (Those gorgeous baby blues!)

But even before release of the single, one aspect of the video had already nearly broken the internet. When Cazwell posted an Instagram shot from the set of the video — in which he and four backup dancers are wearing head-to-toe pastel lace getups — social media went wild. While many loved the look, others despised it. And still others took the opportunity to offer homophobic responses, playing gatekeeper as to what men “should” wear. (To that, we say STFU.)

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