Philadelphia native Moses Mosima takes a moment to reflect on all of his life’s ups & downs on the self-produced, “Fri(End)s”
Crooning about futility and the necessity of friendships, Moses Mosima cruises down his own lane on this the soothing jam. The Highest Basement Collective’s emotive R&B man brings raw feelings to the forefront with “Fri(End)s”.
With influences that range from Pink Floyd to Outkast, it’s no wonder why his creative mind has an easy time expressing himself in an eclectic way. Moses is best known for his September 2016 release, “Babies”, which was very well received online. With all of it’s 8 songs combined, he was able to rack up close to 250k plays.
Tune into Moses Mosima‘s latest offering down below:
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