Mozado Drops Jazzy, R&B Infused Hip-Hop Track: “Hellacopters”

Boston-based beatmaker turned vocalist; Mozado is bringing jazzy, R&B infused vibes our way, with his latest single “Hellacopters”. Brimming with positive energy, the track emanates laid-back afternoon vibes perfect for chilling-out, yet is still uniquely danceable, carried by edgy Hip-Hop drums that establish a strong groove.

Featuring smooth vocals that move with a carefree lyrical flow, “Hellacopters” serves as a statement of intent for Mozado’s new direction as a vocalist as well as an audio engineer and producer.

“Hellacopters is my first step into performing on my own productions. It is the energy of being a young independent artist with no limits and being from a city that, I believe, is in the perfect position to create its own musical identity.” – Mozado

Listeners may expect to find themselves immersed amongst syncopated synth movements and jazzy progressions, no doubt inspired by Mozados formal education at the Mary Pappert School of Music and his experience as a Jazz player for over 12 years.

With his debut EP set to drop at the turn of the year, Mozado is set to build his profile as a solo artist, ready to make waves within the Boston music scene and share his story-telling abilities with the masses.

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