London hyphenate Josh Caffé has shared his debut album ‘Poppa Zesque’ in full.
Out now, the album follows a string of singles, blurring the lines between R&B sensuality and the directness of club tropes. Whether it’s billowing house textures or prime 00s Neptunes vibes, Josh has got you covered.
Coming into his own, new album ‘Poppa Zesque’ is his first full length document to date, and it offers a broader landscape to play with. Telling his unadulterated truth, it opens with the unforgettable line – “I never used to be the sort of guy who could say the word ‘s*x’ without blushing” – before becoming a treatise on matters of the flesh, and so much more.
With song titles such as ‘The Rent Boys Want Their Money Back’, or ‘Bunny Grinder’ – the latter bolstered by Alex White of Fat White Family – this is a playful yet explicit ode to the power of finally learning to embrace your truth, in full 360.
Tune in now.