MÒZÂMBÎQÚE leans into the metamorphic flow of his music, granting space for the sound to grow continuously. Born Andrew Smith, MÒZÂMBÎQÚE settled on his artist name during a formative trip to Africa. Post-college, he and a friend booked a one-way ticket to Zimbabwe. He trekked through South Sudan, Kenya, and Mozambique and wound up in the Comoro Islands, where a misunderstanding landed him in jail. As fate would have it, he cleared everything up with the locals, who proved warm and hospitable as he finished his trip.“MÒZÂMBÎQÚE has gone through the whole journey of what I’ve done so far in my life," shares the artist. “The outdoors is a big inspiration. I’ve had many experiences hiking and traveling where I felt connected to music due to what was happening as I listened. I want to create the same feeling for other people. It’s like passing on a nostalgic experience or good memories.”MÒZÂMBÎQÚE made his debut with For Never & Ever in 2018, followed by projects such as Mirroring , How To Be A Human , and Sincerely Yours . Along the way, he piled up millions of streams across fan favorites, including "Private Island – coldbrew Remix," "Inner Voice," "Just For A Moment," and more.