The owner, Brooke Humphries, also owns Barcadia and Beauty Bar located in the Greenville strip.She grew up in the 90’s Dallas club scene but spent five years in NYC, where she meet Michael Alig, the notorious party promoter you may remember from the 2003 Party Monster movie with Macaulay Culkin.I always loved that line so I wanted to incorporate it in the song.” “If I ‘Helen Keller’ a person, it’s another way to say, I can no longer see or hear the person,” he continues. If I go out and they’re at the same club, I can’t be bothered.” He admits that when creating the song, he had a lot of pent up aggression he needed to get out. Its also a new sound: crunky with a nineties house vibe and some trap elements mixed in along with vocals from Drag Race superstar Manila Luzon and the underground maven, Roxy. I don’t like to dwell too much on breakups, to tell you the truth.
“One thing I’ve heard the kids in clubs say for a long time now is ‘I don’t see her’ which usually means you’re not feeling someone’s look. “Helen Keller” is more lyric-based than Cazwell’s previous releases.
It’s a huge injustice and I am part of the fight to have him charged. It’s definitely a sign of the times for gay people when the number one rap album of the year is by a straight rapper who is part of the political fight for gay rights.
Before Caitlyn Jenner began documenting her gender transition on E!
A police officer pulled Paris Wilson, a 20-year-old male, off of her.
Wilson spent only ten hours in jail and has never been charged with murder.