Listen to Samantha Mogwe feat Jordan Moozy – OXYGEN
Music August 5, 2022 obiedigital
“It is with great pleasure to share this brand new music offering by Samantha Mogwe and Jordan Moozy, titled OXYGEN, which premiers on Thursday 4th of August 2022. This is a gorgeous fusion of various cultures (Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe), which also highlights elements of Neo-Soul and Afro-Beats. This song was written by Samantha Mogwe and Jordan Moozy and arranged and produced by KD Bangers. Samantha and Jordan have wanted to collaborate for years, going as far as recording some unreleased material, and finally choosing this song as a release.
The song looks at a sense of wonder and luster, a magical atmosphere that makes you feel goodness of some sort lurking in the air. It’s really a feel-good song that allows you to keep pushing forward, despite not seeing the fruits of your labor as yet. It looks at focusing on wanting to soar, to inspire, to be exactly who you are meant to be, and knowing that it is a powerful place to be in. “Healing, feeling, breathing, oxygen…I know a new dawn begins…” “One day this will count for something, reaching greater heights….Praying I’ll reach the peek”
ABOUT SAMANTHA MOGWE
Samantha Mogwe is a singer/songwriter who fuses elements of neo-soul and RnB in her
craft. Born and raised in Botswana but often crossing into Zambia, where her mother is
from, she embodies the spirit of using music as a tool to touch people across any divide.
She has had the pleasure of being on stages across Botswana, South Africa, Namibia,
Ethiopia, Kenya and Sweden.
She has shared the stage with well-known artists such as
Anthony Hamilton, Zonke, Lira, Joe Thomas, Kenny Latimore, Micasa, Hugh Masikela,
among others. Samantha is a multifaceted artist, a wife, a mother, a radio presenter, a
voice coach, a businesswoman and a fitness enthusiast. She has won multiple awards
including YAMAs, BOMU Award, and has been nominated for the AFRIMAs (Texas) and
ZICOMO (Zambia) showing her ability to capture the hearts of different audiences.
Samantha believes in and continues to encourage the African-rooted culture of