Nhojj | Loving Your Male Body

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Loving Your Male Body

by Nhojj

A collection of OUTMusic Award winning and nominated songs from gay singer/songwriter from the Caribbean - smooth reggae grooves, quiet storm and laid back R&B/Soul
Genre: Urban/R&B: Quiet Storm
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1. Bromance
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2. Loving Your Male Body
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3. Love
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4. He & Him
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5. My Brother
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6. Finding Me Lovemaking (Sci Fi Remix)
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7. Things Will Get Better
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8. Live Your Life
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9. Gay Warrior Song
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10. Adam & Steve
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Album Notes
I recently read a comment on one of my YouTube videos… “Whenever I hear your music, it reminds me that I’m not the only gay person out there (even though I’m lesbian). Thank you for your beautiful music…” I’ve been replaying these words over and over again, and now other words from other comments have surfaced and they have all condensed into one crystal clear thought – what I do makes a difference… as small as it may seem – writing these songs, recording these albums, sharing my truth makes a difference. But her 2 sentences also made me realize something else – what we all do makes a difference and sometimes the smallest things matter the most, so I hope today, when the opportunities present themselves, you choose to share… you never know who is listening!


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