is back with a new summer anthem to get you loose ― or at least get your wrists loose.
“Loose Wrists,” the first single to be released from the gay rapper’s new Snow Cone label, makes a number of powerful statements tied to America’s current political climate under President Trump. It also showcases a movement to embrace and empower gay men who identify as femme, which is gaining traction and visibility in the LGBTQ community.
Oh, and Cazwell and his backup dancers.
“We have a president that wants to take us off of the census and a Vice President that believes shock therapy will cure gayness,” Cazwell said in a press release sent to HuffPost. “At the end of last year, I vowed 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.”
In the past, Cazwell has made viral waves on the internet with hits like “” and “ .” Check out the video for “Loose Wrists” above.
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