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Music / November 13, 2020

Monjola is appreciating life on ‘Feels Right’

Music / November 13, 2020

Monjola is appreciating life on ‘Feels Right’

Words: Dylan Murphy

The Chamomile Records’ artist second single is an absolute ear worm.

Testing the waters in the past year with loosies on Soundcloud, Dublin’s Monjola finally took the leap this year and released his debut single ‘Know You’.

Now, he’s returned with another RnB-leaning cut in the shape of ‘Feels Right‘. Featuring beautiful chord progressions and aspirational lyricism it’s a feel-good anthem to brighten up the winter months.

Earlier this year, Monjola featured on CBAKL’s Wisdom is Misery and appeared on Tebi Rex’s debut album The Young Will Eat The Old last year.