Gay rapper Cazwell wants to make America “Femme again” in ‘Loose Wrists’ video
Gay rapper Cazwell has released the music video for his single ‘loose wrists’ which criticises President Donald Trump and his administration.
‘Loose Wrist’ went viral earlier this year, the video features Cazwell himself and backup dancers in pastel coloured lace shorts and plenty of male strippers.
“I’m a big boss, big balls, on a phone call… hit the white house, rearrange some things,” Cazwell raps.
The video also has some impressive visuals which help support the strong political message he is trying to push.
Cazwell has said that his main inspiration for the track came from the frustration with the Trump administration’s stance on LGBTQ rights.
Cazwell said: “We have a president that wants to take us off of the census and vice president that believes shock therapy will cure gayness.”
Cazwell thinks the best way to protest Trump is to “be as gay as possible.”
Cazwell added: “last year I viewed to be as gay as possible with my music and videos. We have to be more visible than ever and I hope I inspire that.”
It appears that Cazwell has joined the long list of public figures and activists that oppose the Trump administration.
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The song titled ‘Wednesday Morning’explores marriage equality, the future of the younger generation and “queer folk”
Macklemore also posted an essay on Instagram last year in which he highlights that he will teach his daughter “to love all people, regardless of the colour of their skin, gender, religious beliefs, sexual orientation or where their birth certificate says they’re from.”
‘Loose Wrists’ marks the first single off of Cazwell’s new music label, Snow Cone.
Cazwell also played a massive part in last month’s male rompers craze afters sharing behind the scenes photos from his video shoot for the single.
So far, the rapper has three studio albums under his belt and it looks like his discography is continuing to grow.
The Rapper began his venture into music in New York City and has since gained a cult following within the LGBT community and has received over 10million views on YouTube and Vevo.
In 2016 Cazwell made waves when he headlined at Pride on 7th, a Pride event in Ybor City in Tampa Florida.