NJOMZA Blosoms On "sad for you" EP
NJOMZA has been one to put the cards down at the right time. Collaborating with Mac Miller, and ultimately getting signed to his Most Dope label, and appropriately-timed releases of the singles "sad for you" and "hear me," the Chicago-born talent has her stars aligned. The "sad for you" EP has been delivered and so has NJOMZA.
The new-on-the-scene pop act has crafted a strain of music that has clean production, catchy melody, and utilization of centralized themes. Maintaining an aesthetic of her own, NJOMZA has tapped into both the hip hop and pop demographics surrounding the release of "sad for you."
An "intro" kicks of the release and tosses the mind up in space. Brace for landing as "sad for you" takes over your ears for 5 minutes and then jumps into "poison," a song that could easily be a hit. The hit-forecast could really be seen for just about every song on the EP and that truly says something about NJOMZA's possible career trajectory.
my debut EP is out now. this project means a lot to me and i hope you can take something away from it. enjoy. https://t.co/nXzBmC6aOw
— NJOMZA (@NJOMZA) April 7, 2017
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