Moonchild Sanelly is finally out with her much anticipated sophomore album ‘Phases’, a 19-track album which will be the follow-up to her 2015 debut album, ‘Rabulapha!’
Forming a sonic foundation that veers between Amapiano, Gqom, grime, pop, house, and R&B while showcasing her vocal talents on more downtempo songs, Phases’ 19 tracks document the varying chapters of a toxic relationship and subsequent freedom. A double album, the first side is a journey through the relationship with production reflecting those different moods and aspects of her personality; the second side, meanwhile, leads into a clubbier amapiano space.
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The tracks on it, she says, are a way of empowering all different types of girls and promoting respect for women: “Over You” finds strength and power in breaking up with a cheating ex; “Strip Club”, featuring Ghetts, flips the male-led narrative, instead of putting the woman in charge. “I want people to relate to the stories I’m telling,” she says. Moonchild Sanelly has become well known for unapologetically spreading her message of female empowerment: “liberation for women, in the bedroom, in the boardroom, knowing your power… I need to be heard by a lot of people”.
Phases is a highly collaborative record, too, with production and guest features from Blxckie, Sir Trill Sad Night Dynamite, Wesley Joseph, Xavier Thomas (Débruit), TOKiMONSTA, HOLLY and Aramboa
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