NJOMZA REVEALS DETAILS OF LIMBO EP, OUT JUNE 18 FEATURING RUSS, ARI LENNOX, METRO MARRS, AND MORE
NEW SINGLE OVER & DONE PROD. BY TOMMY BROWN, SKRILLEX, LIAM HALL, EPIKH PRO
Los Angeles-based singer NJOMZA has revealed the details of her brand-new EP LIMBO available June 18 via Since the 80s / Motown Records. With features from Russ, Ari Lennox, WurlD, and Metro Marrs, NJOMZA perfectly blends the colorful sound of modern pop with soulful R&B.
Throughout LIMBO, NJOMZA’s lyrics take listeners on a heartfelt journey through introspection and life’s growing pains – perfectly heard with newest single over and done. With a curated list of collaborators: written by NJOMZA, Olu (Earthgang), and Liam Hall, and produced by Tommy Brown, Skrillex, Epikh Pro, etc., it’s sure to be an instant pop anthem. While the track acts as a cry to lost love, the visual, directed by Griffin Olis/Catch Rec, walks viewers through the stages of heartbreak: loneliness, anger, acceptance, and ultimately a freeing release for hope to come.
The Grammy-nominated Kosovo-Albanian singer has already made an imprint in music by co-writing several of the biggest pop records of the last decade. With over 70+M global streams to date (25+M U.S.), press praise from Us Weekly, MTV, Refinery 29, Flaunt, SPIN, and many more, and a newly announced slot on Lollapalooza‘s 2021 bill, NJOMZA shows no signs of slowing down through this LIMBO era.
- winter in atlanta featuring Russ
- not you featuring WurlD
- over and done
- little to a lot featuring Metro Marrs
- tidal wave featuring Ari Lennox
PRE-ORDER LIMBO EP HERE.
With inspiration stemming from artists like Amy Winehouse, The Weeknd, & Frank Ocean, NJOMZA is continuously evolving & thriving, metamorphosing into her own being: an uniquely innovative artist with a creative vision who knows what she wants. As she gears up to drop her long-awaited debut album, NJOMZA continues to grow, evolve & keep it real carving out artistic visions as she creates her own path: “I like to switch it up,” affirms NJOMZA. “I don’t want to have a recognizable sound. [I’d rather be] fresh every time I do something. My music will evolve just as I do [with] each project representing a different chapter and time in my life.”