Ghanaian-American singer and songwriter releases her sophomore EP titled ‘Honey Doom’, a multi-genre body of work with productions from outstanding producers – Juls and P.Priime. This comes 2 years after the release of her debut EP, and within that period, Moliy has grown in talent and fame, especially with her single ‘Sad Girls Luv Money’ featuring Amaarae and Kali Uchis  amassing 250 million streams across all platforms and making it to the Billboard Hot 100.

Honey Doom’ is an 8-track EP which tells Moliy’s stories about her experiences with love and relationships and as well as her journey towards personal development. With astounding instrumentals, Moliy takes us on a smooth ride with her calming vocals.

On Juls produced ‘Together’, Moliy delivers a wistful ode to her lover. She sings about certifying their love by putting “a ring on it” and making it a forever thing, no matter what it may cost.

Moliy expresses her vocal dexterity on the P.Prime produced ‘Prisoner’ as well as on ’Body on Fire’ and ‘Banana’ where she sings about fulfilling certain desires as she longs for her lover.

Love Doc’ which is the lead single from the EP is a smooth, easy going sound which Moliy glides through effortlessly as she sings about heartbreak, calling for a love doctor who could see her through the night.

While reflecting on her toxic past, Moliy confronts her demons as she sings “I’m not your freak anymore, got put on the floor, you should have acted right, cold to the core” on ‘Freak’ which is the standout track on the EP as it is a clear difference from the other sounds on the project.

Moliy experiments with rap on the sexually liberating anthem ‘Hard’. The song features South African artiste – Moonchild Sanelly, a strategic collaboration as she’s known for her explicit lyrics about female sexual satisfaction.

The EP closes with ‘Human’, a reflection of her experiences where she’s had to make sacrifices to make it this far, and a reminder that as a human, there’s only so much she can do as we all have boundaries.

All in all, ‘Honey Doom’ is a journal of experiences filled with stories told with soothing vocals and outstanding production. It is an experimental piece which shows growth in the artiste’s talent, especially in songwriting, as it is lyrically wealthy.

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