If you haven't heard of Casual Sax & The Saxual Revolution, you've probably been in some kind of soap operatic coma for the last few years. Induce and Sven Barth compromise the duo that found viral success after Perez Hilton featured their video for "Baby I'm Black (From the Waist Down)" on his site.
Soon after they release videos for their tracks "Whorer Core" and "Klaus' Tour de Pants (AKA Klaus' Disco Train)." And with no signs of slowing down, they've just released the video for "24's & More" from their debut album The Blow Sven Theory. The track features Poplife's Jake Jefferson, who is credited as Spicy Bro on the album.
If you can't get enough of the duo, their debut album album is available for purchase via iTunes.
[via The Smoking Section]
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