WOWlebrity, ham, and gender non-binary performance artist, Mx Qwerrrk, has enlisted New Orleans-based Ballroom and drag queen track producer B.Ames for her debut single, “OnlyHams (This Piggy’s C*nt).”
It’s a throbbing celebration of sex positivity and an homage to bountiful “bussies” everywhere! Inspired by the Ballroom scene, and known for her own voguing antics, Qwerrrrk decided her first single should be one where the kiddies could carry, and that meant it had to have queer icon B.Ames at the helm as co-writer and lead vocalist.
Mx Qwerrrk (Co-writer):
“I have been a fan of Ballroom and voguing for years (even snatched a couple of trophies)! When an opportunity presented itself to work with B.Ames, I had to jump on it. We just connected. Some of my favorite tracks by her are ‘Love The Girls’ with Sinia B. Alaia, and Ts Madison’s ‘Is It On’. She has that perfect sonic boom mix of tech and a lyrical rhyme scheme that riles the kiddies up on a dancefloor. Somehow, she just understands what a sexy and awkward, piggy and poised fem queen, like me, needs in a sickening beat.”
B. Ames (Producer/Writer, Vocals):
“The inspiration is based off of my song ‘Like, Really Cunt.’ I make a hybrid of pop, vogue, indie, crunk, electronic, and house music. The original I made back in 2011 when I was first getting into making Ballroom/vogue beats! This new version is everything. The idea I got was to play around with the idea of three little pigs and make it cunty!
My connection to the ballroom scene is music! The scene has been playing my music at balls and vogue practices for years now…since about 2010. I had this track called Rah Rah Ha that I made that was a vogue version of Nicki Minaj’s ‘Roman’s Revenge.’ I get told all the time how my music has impacted people’s vogue and how my music and mixes in general have helped them in their queer life. That’s something really special to me.”
“OnlyHams (This Piggy’s C*nt)” is out now on Peace Bisquit and all digital platforms.
Mx Qwerrrk is a WOWlebrity and face of World of Wonder’s Instagram page QwerrrkOut….a gender non-binary performance artist, known for their innovative and thought-provoking performances that challenge traditional gender norms and expectations. With a background in dance, theater, and drag, Mx Qwerrrk brings a unique and dynamic energy to their work, captivating audiences and sparking important conversations about gender identity and expression. Their work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and performances around the world, and they are regarded as a leader in the LGBTQ+ community. Mx Qwerrrk is dedicated to pushing the boundaries of art and activism, using their platform to give voice to marginalized communities and promote inclusivity and equality.
She first made a splash onto the fashion and nightlife scenes when she left her native sty in Berlin and turned up and out at the Marc Jacobs Fashion Week party in NYC. Recently, she was asked to be the spokespig/cover gurrrl for Sex and the City stylist Patricia Field’s Art/Fashion Exhibition. Since then, the gender non-conformist creature has been seen in Vogue magazine, MGMT’s “My Little Dark Age” promo, hosting Urban Decay’s Heavy Metal Glitter makeup launch, The New York Times, i-D magazine, Paper Magazine, Daily Mail, Out Magazine, W Magazine, Essence, Fashion Week Daily, The Village Voice, and spotted at all the most glam spots (and some dirty ones) and events, twirling on the dance floor, mugging for the cameras, and reporting back to WOW on all her little adventures.
QwerrrkOut is where LGBTQQIA kiddies and their friends can have photos/videos of themselves featured on the QwerrrkOut page on IG, by tagging or taking a photo of QwerrrkOut on their pages. The imagery should capture them queering out and being their authentic selves on the street, in the club, in the boudoir; wherever and however they feel cutest! QwerrrkOut offers gays, lesbians enbies, and other queer-identified individuals a unique platform to make the world GASP by boldly displaying Gay Anarchy and Sex Positivity.
“Somewhere, during the trajectory of the gay rights movement, queers learned how to hide in public,” proclaims Mx Qwerrrk. “We learned how to pass. Appearing gay became a negative. The whole ‘No fems, masc only, no Blacks, no Asians’ ideology fueled our internalized homophobia. It’s time we queens got back to celebrating our individual fabulousness. There’s too much beige Hollister and Abercrombie bullshit going ‘round! It’s about showing our strength in numbers on a platform where individuality is celebrated,”. Mx Qwerrrk drew inspiration for QwerrrkOut from the politics and anarchy of the 80s gay advocacy group ACT UP. “To make real change, we have to start with ourselves,” continues Mx. “We need to take a deep, long look at who we are, smile, take pride, and then QwerrrkOut!”