Openly gay rapper Cazwell has released the video for his newest single, "Downtown," which doesn't appear to be attached to an album at the moment. While Cazwell has courted controversy for his videos in the past, this is probably his raciest video to date, featuring pornstars Boomer Banks, Levi Karter, Tayte Hansen, and Liam Riley.
By now, we're all well aware of how Russia thinks that gay people are second class citizens with "disorders of sexual preference," but their latest attempt to classify something completely benign as both pornographic and homosexual is laughably off the mark.
You can now add chart-topping hitmaker to the list of Chi Chi LaRue's accomplishments. Chi Chi appears alongside Markaholic on RuPaul's new single "LGBT" from the album Realness, which recently debuted at number 6 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Music Chart.
Brit babe Robbie Williams recently celebrated his 41st birthday, a near milestone for successful musicians that often get zapped by the trappings of pop stardom, so congratulations to Robbie. Anyway, like any handsome pop icon, Robbie decided that the best way to celebrate his big day was to strip down to his birthday suit, snap a photo, and post it to his Twitter account. Hurray for us.
If you've had your fill of "Take Me To Church" by Hozier, aka Gotye 2.0, maybe this free form exploration of movement by ballet dancer Sergei Polunin will reinvigorate your love for the song. Directed by David LaChapelle, this video is worlds better than the song's official video, and has more or less replaced it in my mind.
For the record, I don't buy it, but this is allegedly Kevin Federline's cock. I mean, it would explain a lot about his unearned and thoroughly undeserved ego, but it's that left lateral incisor that just makes me question if it's really him.
Bryan Ferry's last album was an odd diversion for fans, where he reimagined some of his most classic songs like "Love is the Drug" and "Virginia Plain" as jazz standards. Despite some spirited defense from fans, most of us weren't fans of this experiment. However, his new album "Avonmore" has been billed as a return to form, and if this video for the first single "Loop De Li" is any indication, that billing is very accurate.
The Sword brings us this music video for gay rapper Cazwell's latest rap parody "Hot Homo," which strangely features Levi Michaels and Tayte Hanson, among several other shirtless men, wearing James Franco masks. Considering Franco's proclivity for performance art mind-fuckery, I wouldn't be surprised to discover he's actually behind this whole endeavor.
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