Nhojj continues to establish himself as an artist who delivers positive, life affirming messages. In his latest release, “Things Will Get Better” he embraces gay youth experiencing bullying and abuse and shares his own story.
A college tour is not new for Nhojj. In 2004 he toured American colleges to promote his critically acclaimed “Someday Peace Love & Freedom” CD. This time around there is no album to promote – just a deep rooted conviction that this is what he should do right now. In a society where homophobia still exists, Nhojj wants to share strength, hope, and pride with Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) youth everywhere. The message is – Love is a gift from God, and regardless of sexual orientation “Love Is Love.”
OUTMusic Award winner Nhojj to appear on the Glo TV Network float at New York City Heritage of Pride Parade on June 27, premiering new gay anthem – “The Gay Warrior Song.”
Unlikely but true, the neo-soul music artist from Guyana with the strange name of Nhojj will be headlining at Gay Pride festivities from New York to Colorado this June. His six-city American GAY Pride Tour will climax with his a cappella rendition of the National Anthem in Indianapolis, IN on June 12.
In less than a week, Nhojj went from # 7 to #1 on the www.MTVmusic.com chart for his song, “Love.” The song is also featured in award winning film, “Blueprint” directed by Kirk Shannon-Butts. The music video was also directed by Kirk which feature clips from the movie,” Blueprint.”