“We should really look after the score, and the idea of the score, because it’s one of the only things that capitalism hasn’t taken away from us.”
“I just didn’t wanna be sad all the time in my music, I just felt like it wasn’t helping me.”
"It’s more about catharsis… kind of like a release. You can listen to the album just for the vibes, and be like “I like how this sounds, I like how hard this track goes”, but if you wanted to pay attention to my lyrics and experience the things I’ve been through with me, you can."
"[Moyo is] definitely a collection of me becoming more comfortable with my identity as a black woman, and not being afraid to just make music that is about these things that I have experienced."
"It’s nice to celebrate and show what you do, it’s nice to get recognition for what you do, but also… I want to be able to make art, and enjoy making art, have value in it no matter what the situation."