After re-listening to Aromanticism, listening to his 3-track project from last year, and hearing his most recent feature on James Blake’s album, Moses Summey has grown to be one of my favorite musicians of our generation. I don’t know why I didn’t give him and this album more attention when it first dropped. Wait, I do know why. It came out in the same year that Flower Boy was released lmaooo. But from a talent perspective, Moses might be the most balanced and polished singer who, for the most part, is under the radar. And the fact that he isn’t definitively subscribed to one, single genre of music, makes his sound that much more colorful. Sumney carries a blissful aesthetic while maintaining the same level of tenderness in his approach to his music. I commend him for that because some artists are unable to do so. It’s either their music is declining and their aesthetics are great (*cough* Drake *cough cough*) or their aesthetics are subpar while their music is enjoyable. But anyways, my guy is underrated and I have no idea as to why he hasn’t blown up yet. Expect him to drop an extraordinary album this year tho. Don’t say I didn’t warn y’all.