New York City is one of the most diverse cities in the world. This stems all the way back to Ellis Island, and the influx of immigrants from many different places around the world right into the heart of NYC. With this came a lot of culture and monumental contributions to the landscape of our country. Arriving in New York by way of Jamaica, Mosliano is a lot younger than those first pioneers, but brings just as much to the table with his enjoyable new project, When Night Falls.
Comprised of 8-tracks, the 25-minute affair is a solid journey into the musical mind of Mosliano. Utilizing in-demand producers such as Bizness Boi, Krs & Daniel Worthy, the project is heavy on rhythm and places an emphasis on dancing. On songs like, “Tek Time,” & “Whine,” the rising artist heavily showcases his Caribbean roots, while on tracks such as, “Bad Everyday,” he introduces you to his New York charm and lyrical ability. In all, this project is a statement from Mosliano, and signals his arrival.
Take a listen to the project below and get familiar with NYC’s newest product.