The artist's highly-anticipated sophomore album features Burna Boy, Koffee and more.
J Hus is back. The heavyweight British-Gambian artist returns with his highly-anticipated sophomore album Big Conspiracy.
The 13-track album features the likes of Burna Boy, who joins the artist on the upbeat track "Play Play," as well as buzzing Jamaican artist Koffee who appears on the track "Repeat," one of the album's clear standouts.
It also features a new artist by the name of iceè tgm on three tracks. Some fans have speculated that the mysterious artist is J Hus' sister. The album includes the previously released single 'Must Be,' which he dropped in November of last year.
Dropping this at 12. ⌛️ https://t.co/rvUOASFA4F— The !llumi Nation ☀️ (@The !llumi Nation ☀️) 1579795618.0
The Big Conspiracy sees the artist showing his range with a mix of club-made anthems like "Fortune Teller," and self-reflective tracks like "Triumph," an aptly titled song that reflects the artist's position at this point in his career.
Following the release of his Mercury Prize-nominated debut album Common Sense in 2017, his career could have been derailed by two stints in prison. Instead, the artist sounds renewed and more charismatic than ever throughout the album, especially on tracks like "Love, Peace and Prosperity."
Stream Big Conspiracy below via Apple Music and Spotify.