Mozez

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Mozez (born Osmond Wright) is a London-based singer, songwriter and producer.

He has an international fan base, which has grown from 2000 onwards from when he was a member of British trip hop ambient band Zero 7.

After contributing to the first two Zero7 albums (Simple Things and When It Falls) Mozez launched his solo career and now records in his own studio and on his own label, London-based Numen Records.

As a solo artist, he has released two albums (So Still and Time Out), and aims to put out a third during the summer of 2014. It will be supported by a US tour.

During 2013, Mozez released several singles including Wings, a song from the forthcoming album. He then released the single Be Like Water as the soundtrack to No Way As Way, a documentary film about martial arts icon Bruce Lee which was produced in the US and distributed by Warner Brothers. Mozez gave several live performances in 2013, including an international tour with Nightmares On Wax (DJ George Evelyn) as guest vocalist in Europe and the US.

Mozez learned to sing in gospel choirs in Jamaica. After moving to London, his first major break as a professional artist came in 1996 when, as part of British vocal house duo Spirits, he had hits with Don't Bring Me Down and Spirit Inside. He then became established worldwide soon afterwards as lead male singer for Zero7.

His debut solo album So Still was released in October 2005, featuring many of the down-tempo elements he has become known for. Collaborators on the album included Madonna producer Guy Sigsworth, Nightmares On Wax and Henry Binns of Zero7.

The album launched his solo career, and he followed it up with Time Out.

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