While his 2014 single “Ready,” his tour with Joe Budden and opening slots for Raheem Devaughn, Tank and Carl Thomas may have introduced him to a number of listeners, Frequency Music Vol. 1 is the formal introduction of the Raleigh, North Carolina
born, Houston based singer-songwriter Ahz Moses has been waiting for. Flexing a nimble, smokey voice over production by Purps, Afrokeys and Ahz himself, Ahz Moses presents stories that feel both current and classic.
His current single “Captain Save’em” is a Caribbean-flavored song about being completely done investing time and money into the wrong women. His transition into more substantive fare is evidenced by “Falling,” a shuffling electro anthem about being trapped in a love cycle and “Waiting For You,” a sentimental song about exercising patience with the life complications that can keep one away from their significant other. Another standout song on the project is “M.I.L.F,” a steamy story about a series of rendezvous with a college professor. These songs are prime examples of the range Ahz shows throughout the project.
Currently available on all platforms, there are several visuals available on YouTube that correspond with Frequency Vol. 1 and Ahz will be gracing stages in support of the project all throughout 2020.
by Darryl Crews