BOJ Deals With The Bitter Side Of Love On ‘Emotions’

Posted on

His unique vocals or revolutionary abilities aren’t the only distinct features about BOJ. Worthy of constant reference is his ability to tell craft stories from mundane situations and romance. It’s been a while since we heard from the DRB LasGidi member solo but he’s not lost anything that makes him stand out, his latest, Emotions is proof of this.

BOJ kicks things off with Jay-Z’s famous one-liner from 2004 hit, 99 Problems “I got 99 problems” but for BOJ, his response is not snarky but supplementary. Over Krizbeatz’s springy percussions, he refers to his muse in his signature languid but intoxicating tone hoping to get her on his side, one that’s rife with insecurity and uncertainty.

Emotions is accompanied by a video in which BOJ battles with the chaos stemming from his relationship. It’s a new dawn for him and his attitude in Emotions, coupled with the route he’s taken to get here, are almost perfect pacesetters.


  1. Summer Anticipation And Appreciation Is Key On BOJ's Money And Laughter says:

    […] In the music industry, Summer anticipation and appreciation are coming in many ways and a variety of sounds. In some ways, it’s articulated as love and lust, in others as parties and a good time. For BOJ, Amaarae and Zamir however, it’s defined as money and laughter, two engaging words that serve as the eponymous title for the cohesive trio’s latest, Money And Laughter, powered by BOJ. […]

Share your hot takes