Contemporary artist Kojey Radical unleashes his new sprawling, impactful body of work.
When you think about statement-making artists, those that are able to shake their respective scene to its very foundation, you can look no further than Kojey Radical. The musician and poet is fierce, vitrolic and woke in equal measure throughout his material, delivering consistently sprawling anthems to attempt to deconstruct the politics of black identity, race and the world's many injustices. He sees light in the darkness, with his incisive lyrics speaking to a better hope and future for all. After delivering his '23 Winters' EP last year, the East London artist has now shared the follow up, 'IN GODS BODY'.
At 13 tracks, Kojey has doubled up on his content, which is steeped in religious references among the usual political and social commentary that has become his trademark. Collaborations are rife throughout the new project, with standout contributions from the likes of Ghetts, Collard, Obongjayar and more.
Listen to 'IN GODS BODY' here: