Says Caz, "When people ask me how to describe my style sometimes I say 'Just imagine if Biggie Smalls ate Donna Summer for breakfast.'" Having collaborated over the years with a who’s who of downtown New York and abroad— including Amanda Lepore, Larry Tee, Boy George, David Lachapelle, The Ones, Chris Joss, Peppermint, Goodand Evil, Karl Giant and Lost Daze—"Watch My Mouth" is the natural next step for a performer schooled in clubland, pulling together some of Cazwell’s most effortlessly catchy singles and pushing things forward with new tracks perfectly-suited to bring the party.Club bangers like “All Over Your Face” (which first tore up the Top 40 dance charts in '06) and the recent viral video sensation “I Seen Beyonce At Burger King” sit nicely next to new party jams like “Tonight” (featuring the classic Shannon chorus hook) and “Get Into It,” a funky fashion-hop duet starring Amanda Lepore. I think everyone can relate to that right about now," explains Cazwell." I've made a couple of full length albums since then and I definitely don't plan on stopping. Do you both plan on doing some tour dates to support the EP?Cazwell: As soon as I can peel Peppermint off Broadway we will be doing some tour dates, but probably closer to August.A lot of conspiratorial talk has resulted over the years concerning "the control Ms. Meyer introduced to Kennedy, including LSD." These reports are pretty elaborate (perhaps to the point of being fanciful), and originate from questionable sources (e.g., Timothy Leary), but their commonality along with verbal accounts from Meyer's friends do seem to suggest that Mary was a "fast-moving socialite" with libertine habits and lascivious tastes.
“Turning It” is just a feel-good dance track about staying positive no matter what. Peppermint: I've been living the life of a fly girl in Harlem for years now. Cazwell: Right now, my favorite song on the album is “Harlem Cleopatra”.
The EP, which consists of three high-energy tracks, was just released on Friday to a ton of great response from critics and fans alike, who see these songs as being major hits at the clubs coming spring and summer. We have the same hip-hop sensibility and we've always loved the same music from Biggie to Lil’ Kim to Prince and Madonna.
The NYC-based performers have a busy couple of months ahead of them, both together and on their own, but they will no doubt make sure that I spoke with both of them this week on what brought them together to work on this project, their favorite tracks, Peppermint's upcoming stint on the Broadway stage and so much more. What inspired the two of you to collaborate on this project? This flavor of musical collaboration was always the next step.
She threw me on the stage floor and started riding me, then pushed me off into the crowd. " The music embodies the same spirit of fun and goofball experimentation that was the hallmark of artists like M. “When I go to a club I want to party and I want to make music that makes other people want to party. We Seen Cazwell At Burger King Check out this cute video of Cazwell as he celebrated his last birthday with a classic Michael Alig-style Outlaw party at a Burger King on the Lower East Side.
I’m not necessarily trying to make people think too hard, I’m trying to make them dance.” Cazwell is also executive producer, brainchild and songwriter behind Amanda Lepore's upcoming debut album "I... The album features such Caz-penned Lepore classics as "Champagne," "My Hair Looks Fierce," (which has already been tapped for a television theme song! Amanda Lepore'" While recording "Watch My Mouth," Cazwell also has spent the last couple of years traveling the world gigging and making special appearances, soaking up the best beats and making an international slew of new fans. That’s a secret, but let’s just say they were a perfect fit for the video. About 150 people took over the fast food joint and turned it out!