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The shorts haven’t come as part of a new fashion range.
Cazwell has actually commissioned Hoza Rodriguez, designer and owner of the streetwear brand Hologram City, to create the pastel lace shorts with matching shirts for his next single, Loose Wrists.
In the video, Cazwell is seen wearing the jumpsuit trend in lace pastel designed by Hoza Rodrigeuz.
Cazwell his making a political statement with this one. Whether we are gay or straight, when men get in touch with their feminine sides, it gives a real sense of empowerment.”He says it’s especially important now because “we have a President that wants to take us off of the census and a Vice President that believes shock therapy will cure gayness.
While some people were all for men running around in all-in-ones – especially if it meant teaching men the difficulty of taking them off to pee on a night out – others were less than impressed, suggesting it was a rather hipster move.
But forget about the male romper, just for a minute.
“The irony is that the shorts were initially intended to be jogging suits.
We have to be more visible than ever, and I hope I inspire that."That's why Cazwell will be wearing the lace shorts featured in the "Loose Wrists" music video, directed by Big Dipper, out in public. You'll probably find me at the corner deli at four in the morning wearing a pair with a matching Speedo underneath. Since the shorts have appeared on Pop Sugar, Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, Maxim and Allure, many men - and not all gay - have reached out to the Hologram City designer to purchase a pair of their own.
"I was surprised by the reaction because the outfits are way more conservative than the shirtless guys in Speedos and jockstraps I typically have in my videos," he says.
Cazwell's "Loose Wrists" is available on i Tunes now. Whether we are gay or straight, when men get in touch with their feminine sides, it gives a real sense of empowerment."He says it's especially important now because "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's "Loose Wrists," the first single off his new music label Snow Cone, is old-school hip-hop with a beat that is purposely simple and bass driven.
"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 headbang along with," explains the artist.