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Music / January 22, 2021

Loshh laughs in the face of oppressors in ‘Faji’

Photo: Udoma Janssen
Music / January 22, 2021

Loshh laughs in the face of oppressors in ‘Faji’

Today, Loshh has shared ‘FAJI’ ahead of his forthcoming debut EP.

Landing via independent label TENNNN, the follow up to ‘FEELAM’ is an optimistic and jazz-tinged offering.

Born in the Netherlands and growing up in Ireland, Loshh is comfortable working across a number of mediums. Whether that’s producing visual art or delivering powerful and poetic quips.

FAJI’ sees the London-based act deliver distinctive melodies over a patient instrumental before the track culminates in a powerful crescendo.

Speaking on the track Loshh said, “Faji is to enjoy to de fullest, let am be felt”. The track is paired with the official video directed by Ade Udoma and Michelle Helena Janssen. On the video, he states that it’s about “fucking up our oppressors with joy and laughter.”

Watch the new video for ‘FAJI’ below: