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Does the start of another week have you feeling down?
Rapper Cazwell and electro wizard Peaches have got just the thing to remedy that: the debut of their delightfully raunchy new clip for the track "Unzip Me."
The song, which will be featured on Cazwell's upcoming album Hard To Be Fresh, due out next year, is the first collaboration between the two artists and finds them trading sex-drenched verses over throbbing drums and synths.
The video, directed by Bec Stupak, who worked as an editor and motion graphics artist on Lady Gaga's "Alejandro" music video, also features NYC nightlife favorites like the legendary Amanda Lepore, musician and celebrity trainer Cherie Lily, and musician and author Justin V. Bond.
Creating videos that get people talking is nothing new for either Cazwell, who has amassed over six million YouTube views thanks to clips like "Ice Cream Truck" and "I Seen Beyonce At Burger King", or Peaches, famous for videos like "Serpentine" and "Lose You."
Of the collaboration Cazwell says, "It was an honor to work with the queen of electro. She's someone I've admired and wanted to emulate because of her punk rock, no limits spirit." Peaches adds that she "loved trashing the drum kit."
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