“I like to switch it up,” affirms the artist. “I don’t want to just have a recognizable sound. Instead, I want to be fresh every time I do something. My music will evolve just as I do. I’m super open-minded. I wake up everyday seeking new inspiration. Each project literally represents a different chapter and time in my life.” Each chapter thus far has been nothing short of fascinating. Prior to her birth in Germany, NJOMZA’s parents fled their native Kosovo in the midst of the Serbian war. By the age of four, the family relocated to The Bronx before settling in Chicago. At 14-years-old, the budding talent fronted her first band. By the end of high school, she attracted a following through uploading acoustic covers of Kid Cudi, Wiz Khalifa, and more to social media.
Mac Miller caught one of those covers and signed her to his Remember Music label around her 20th birthday. Settling in Los Angeles, she cameoed on “Planet God Damn” from Miller’s acclaimed 2016 offering, The Divine Feminine.