Acclaimed multidisciplinary artist, BOSCO, releases her long-awaited project,Some Day This Will All Make Sense. Narrating stories of growth and realization at the intersection of music, art and design, the seven track project is accompanied by seven short videos, which serve as visual teasers to bring viewers into BOSCO's world. Leading up to the project release, BOSCO received outstanding support from Zane Lowe, who premiered the first single, “Paid in Full,” as his World First on Beats 1, as well as features from MTV News, NPR, Refinery29, The FADER and many more. The project also features standout singles like the sonically infectious “Attention” and longing serenade “Piano Song.” The latter was praised as a strong example of “what has made BOSCO one of the most interesting singers to rise out of the Atlanta music scene.” (MTV News) As detailed in her recent Billboard profile, Some Day This Will All Make Sense is the first release on BOSCO’s label imprint, Slug Records, which launched in partnership with EMPIRE. Elaborating on the project, BOSCO shared, “It focuses on how everything is connected to the purpose of your journey —that eventually in the end everything will make sense.” Listen to the full project here and watch the accompanying visuals here.
BOSCO, who now resides in Los Angeles, has long been “crucial to the musical arc of Atlanta and the evolution of black music.” (P itchfork) Her last project, b. EP, was a collection of diary-like tracks that detailed her coming of age as a woman of color and showcased her vast skills in delivering direct lyricism, rhythmic alchemy, and experimental production. On her upcoming project, Some Day This Will All Make Sense, BOSCO continues to let listeners into her day-to-day, as she pushes herself out of her comfort zone to create her most dynamic body of work. With streams in the millions, BOSCO has garnered outstanding support and praise from The New York Times, Vogue, Billboard, Complex, PAPER, Nylon, Teen Vogue and many more. Her music has also soundtracked popular television series, including Insecure, Claws, Being Mary Jane, Love Beats Rhymes, The Resident, and Good Behavior, to name a few. In addition to music, BOSCO also heads SLUG, a cutting-edge creative agency that targets millennials of color, as featured on Fast Company. BOSCO’s visual artistry is showcased throughout Some Day This Will All Make Sense as well.