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Philadelphia-based singer-songwriter Moses Mosima emerges with ‘Different,’ his first single/video of the year. Throughout the record, Mosima sings about the struggles of isolation and tries to shine some positivity into the new year.  “The song is about feeling alone. This last year has been a lonely one. I hope this gives you something to let you know you’re ultimately not alone. I got you.” Mosima’s unique sound allows him to make something that is as sultry as it is smoking. His smooth rhymes and vocals drape over the infectious Carter Fox production nicely. Mosima’s echoey vocals and woozy accompaniments fuse to create this soothing melancholy, as the spoken words are added decorations for the engaging melodies and moods he creates. Directed by Rileyofhbc and Moses Mosima, check out the similarly sultry Jabari Rogers-shot video premiere down below. -Mally M. Swidlife https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZJm1scAn30 In it’s first week of being released, the music video for Different has amassed over 50K views…

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Following two singles from the two in 2020, Moses Mosima and IHATEYOUSHEED now have a full project for the world. The first single for Absent, “Pastel,” was released at the end of February by the two Highest Basement Collective artists and features label mate Tawobi, the only feature on the project. At the end of June, “Static Shock” was released by the two, the final single to be featured on the project. The artwork for the project was done by Scratch Williams. Not long after announcing the collaborative album, it was announced that a remix of “Pastel” would be released, featuring none other than BROCKHAMPTON’s Kevin Abstract. The remix quickly made it on the radar of BROCKHAMPTON fans and is already gearing up to hit 100,000 streams on Spotify alone. While the remix was not present on Absent, it’s possible that it will be featured on either the deluxe or another…

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