Mo’Ju’s fourth studio LP doesn’t shy away from the big issues of the day — whether it’s eco or existential anxiety, the intricacies of living in a capitalist society, or the glorification of fame and wealth — but it is definitely an album that is looking forward.
Lyrical loops about “change has to come” and “the future” will easily get stuck on repeat in your head. Despite the heavy subject matter, this reawakened album is easy and uplifting listening.
Stream: Mo’Ju, Oro, Plata, Mata
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