New Moka Only Album Titled “In and of Itself” Releasing May 19th

Prolific Canadian artist Moka Only will release a new album for 2023. Titled In and of Itself, it will release on May 19th. The album will be seventeen tracks, with no features. All self-produced, showcasing Moka’s versatile talents.

From the Bandcamp pre-order page:

Daniel Denton, better known by his stage name Moka Only, is a rapper, producer, and singer, based in Vancouver, British Columbia. Originally from Langford, BC, Moka Only career spans almost 30 years, including five years as part of the Canadian rap group Swollen Members, and a primarily solo career from 2005 onwards. He has released over 50 solo records, including his most recent double album “Summer 2002”, which was released in 2022.

Moka Only’s music is eclectic and draws inspiration from a variety of genres including hip-hop, jazz, and soul. He is known for his smooth, laid-back flow, and witty, introspective lyrics. His music often embodies themes of love, relationships, and personal growth. He has collaborated with many notable artists such as J Dilla, MF Doom, Kool Keith and Del The Funky Homosapien, among others.

He has been recognized for his contributions to the Canadian music scene, receiving multiple music awards and nominations. In addition to his music career, Moka Only is also an accomplished visual artist with a dedicated following. His artwork appears on the cover artwork for his upcoming 2023 release, “In and of Itself”.

Moka Only is set to release his upcoming full length album titled “In and of Itself” via URBNET on May 19, 2023. The seventeen track self-produced project was recorded in the spring of 2021 in Moka Only’s home studio in Vancouver, BC, and features both vocal and instrumental compositions.

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The tracklist is as follows:

  1. Restart
  2. Tablecloth
  3. Take A Whiff
  4. Do With Myself
  5. Just For the Night
  6. I Do Rap
  7. Double RL
  8. Don’t U Kno
  9. Oh Thousands
  10. Naturally
  11. Don’t Approach
  12. Walkabout
  13. Willingdon Interlude
  14. More Doing This
  15. How Boring Do You Like It
  16. Need to Do
  17. Drainpipe

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