Nightswim Agency

With roots in poetry, visual art and sound, Loshh is an artist with a clear vision who knows exactly what direction to take. The real beauty is in his performances, on stage with his six-piece band is where he really shines and takes the audience on his journey, as displayed in his 2020 Afropunk show. Growing up in a family with notable connections to the performing arts, he accredits the Juju, Fuji and Gospel sound as his earliest inspirations for his music and expression. Not going unnoticed by the spectrum of the media, Loshh has been rightfully tipped as someone to look out for by Pitchfork, The Guardian, The Face, Highsnobiety and Crack Magazine to name a few. It’s forward momentum only for this polymath. Receiving plaudits across the breadth of the media for his debut 7-track EP ‘Ifarada’ – with support from the likes of Pitchfork, The Face, Highsnobiety, Crack Magazine, Fader, The Guardian and Boiler Room to name a few – the extraordinary talent is back to reach more stratospheric heights with his follow-up EP ‘Akole’. Whilst Ifarada was a record full of smoky Latin-tinged, percussion-heavy tracks set against his powerful vocal delivery; ‘Akole’ steps things up a gear with Loshh, packing plenty of punches with his high intensity and personal lyrics, through what many consider some of his best yet. “It’s been a rollercoaster journey of ups and downs since Ifarada. I had many ideas, my mind always felt like I had multiple tabs open” the artist cites of his constant creative conundrums. “It’s only been a year since I started making music and since I’ve had to navigate this world of music, I’ve had to learn to become patient with myself whilst allowing myself to be a sponge so I can grow and evolve.”