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Cashmere is the first studio album by Swet Shop Boys. It was released via Customs on October 14, 2016. It peaked at number 45 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Music videos were created for "T5", "Zayn Malik", and "Aaja".

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Cashmere by Swet Shop Boys, released 14 October 2016 1. T5 2. Shottin 3. Aaja 4. Zayn Malik 5. Tiger Hologram 6. No Fly List 7. Phone Tap 8. Half Moghul Half Mowgli 9. Swish Swish 10. Shoes Off 11. Din-e-iLahi Swet Shop Boys (SSB) have arrived with Cashmere (via Customs), the debut from Queens, New York’s Heems (Himanshu Suri) and NW London’s Riz MC (Riz Ahmed). Both are prolific artists, actors and activists in their own right, now bringing their creative experience and the riches of their working class immigrant roots together

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Amid anguished cries that the political edge is missing from modern music - and at a time when there's a dire need - the arrival of Cashmere couldn't be more fitting. A quick glance at global headlines shows an increasingly marginalized approach to our ethnic/cultural differences, none more affected than Western Muslims, and by implication - and racial profiling - anyone who bears a slight resemblance.

The Swet Shop Boys seek to further broaden our understanding, an ambition that’s right there in the title. To Westerners, cashmere is a luxury textile; to South Asians, it’s the site of a violent territorial dispute between India and Pakistan that hinges on questions of identity. It’s a perfect title for a project that blurs the lines between all of these perspectives, that stunts as much as it elucidates, and which ties up all of these messy ideas into a refreshingly expansive vision of South Asian identity.