Bobii Lewis is proud to share a new video for his latest track Moonlight which is a more soulful turn than his recent offerings, Moonlight displays another side to Bobii’s songwriting as he exchanges synthesisers and drums for piano and guitar. The video, directed by Josh Sikkema, follows him in LA where he’s been writing and recording recently.
Since the release of his wickedly inventive debut mixtape Blind In The Summer, which featured collaborations with Stefflon Don and WSTRN, Bobii has continued to find his voice and grow into one of the biggest names in the UK underground contemporary R&B scene. So much so that he was cherry picked as a vocalist for Wretch 32and Avelino’s iconic mixtape Young Fire Old Flame and has supported UK Garage legend Craig David at his recent O2 Academy Brixton show.
Bobii Lewis grew up in Tottenham, North London, the youngest of three children; a kid hypnotised by the reggae and motown records his parents would be playing. He ended up in his school choir as a way of keeping an easily distracted young boy out of trouble, where one day his music teacher noticed him mucking around and decided to make him do a vocal solo. The song was by Stevie Wonder and as the choir ebbed and flowed, Bobii took the lead and everyone was shocked by what came out. Since this realisation, Bobii has been working on his music, crafting his sound and attracting a lot of attention from his peers. Producer KZ is now working with him on his highly anticipated debut album which promises to masterfully fuse his influences of R&B, hip-hop and reggae. There are also high level collaborations in store. 2018 promises to be an exciting year for Bobii Lewis.