Majozi on Sophomore
Majozi Releases Sophomore Album
Majozi on Sophomore: “I chose to self-title the album because I don’t think people know exactly who I am; not only as an artist but mostly as a person. This album will hopefully give them a better idea of who I am.”
Putting fear aside and pushing himself creatively, Majozi’s new record is a Pop Soul offering into which he poured his heart and emotions. Honing his piano skills while trying different melodies and cadences, he also brushed up on his synth, keyboard and drum pad skills to deliver a record reflecting the fun he had recording it. He even picked up the old electric guitar again, which resulted in him becoming a Fender ambassador.
Majozi on Sophomore and Making it the Music Business:
Richard Chemaly (RC): You’ve been big on the scene for a goodly 5 years now but probably been active a lot longer. At what point do you consider yourself to have made it in music?
Majozi: To be honest, I’ve never really considered that. I dunno If I’ll actually ever feel like if made it. I just really enjoy doing music and pushing myself as a person and musician. I like growing, creating and learning different things. As long as I keep doing that then I’m happy.
There’s this concept called the “Sophomore Slump”
Majozi on what influences and inspires him:
A Pop-Up Container and Majozi Merch Store:
Majozi Sophomore Track List:
1. Dry The River
4. Darling Pt 2
7. Hey Girl
8. I Want Your Love
9. Arrest My Love
10. Lean On My Soul ft. Soweto Gospel Choir
11. Gwen Stacey