Indie • 38m
You’ve heard the words of Shungudzo, even if you think you haven’t. The prolific musician has written hit songs for the likes of Little Mix, Jessie Ware, and Oliver Heldens, but it’s time to get to know who Shungudzo really is behind her artfully crafted songs for other musicians. The artist and activist will be releasing her debut album, I’m not a mother but I have children, on June 18th. It’s an album reminiscent of the politically conscious music of classic artists like CSN&Y, Tracy Chapman, Rage Against the Machine, Dylan and Marley. And yet it is also unlike any album you’ve heard before. She’s an artist with something to say, and a unique viewpoint that transcends the genre boxes that artists often get put into.
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