Singer Songwriter Shojon Releases Latest R&B Pop Single ‘Theorem’

London-based artist Shojon is no music industry novice, having worked as a producer and engineer for the likes of Wiley, and Lady Leshurr. He is however only now putting his own name to the music, with his latest single and second release, ‘Theorem’, out now.

‘Theorem’ is a smooth sonic blend of pop and RnB, bringing together the production talents of duo Pacific and Enz, from the Netherlands, along with Oli Morgan, who works out of Abbey Road.

‘Theorem’ is Shojon’s second release, and follows on from his collaboration with Ca$$, ‘Calling’, which came out last year. The track is guitar based with electronic elements, with Shojon’s vocals in places given an autotuned treatment which work well with the synth stylings.

Shojon has learned the business from the inside out, and this new direction of releasing his own music has seen him jump in head first, with his debut performance suppporting Bando, at the O2 Academy, Islington, in January. He’ll be returning to the O2 Academy Islington stage on March 26.

‘Theorem’ is accompanied by a music video, which brings to life the romance of the lyrics, by way of playful animation.

‘Theorem’ is available to stream and download on all digital media platforms. You can listen to ‘Theorem’ here. Watch the video below:

Find out more about Shojon online on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Spotify, and his official website.

 

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