Angel-Ho is known as one of the founders of Non Worldwide, alongside Chino Amobi and Nkisi. Highly regarded as a DJ and
electronic music producer, on 'Death Becomes Her' she shifts things up to another level.
Pulling on inspiration from her flamboyant favourites from Lady Gaga, Missy Elliot, and Bjork through to Kanye West, this
ambitious, artful and sometimes radical album of neo-pop pushes the pop framework even further, often teetering on the brink
of vertiginous chaos and dissonance, whilst slowly revealing its depth and grandeur once you settle into its sound world.
Alongside a cast of collaborators that include French producer Nunu, South African producer Baby Caramel, Asmara Maroof from
Nguzunguzu, Bon and Gaika, Angel re-orientates the usual trans-atlantic pop sound to encompass a brace of experimental,
diasporic producers to create beats that alternate between angular, propulsive, murky, loose, abrasive and breezy.
On top of these often advanced rhythms, she also raps and sings for the first time with lyrics about love, sex, glamour and
struggle, universal fantasies, treated with an ambiguity that restructures the narrative within a trans-identity. Her choice of
guest MCs also reflects this energetic queering with K-$ and Qweezy from Cape Town, plus underground Asian American rapper
K-Rizz laying down assertive bars.
On 'Death Becomes Her', Angel-Ho carves out a new space with her unique take on contemporary pop. Overflowing with charisma,
sometimes reminiscent of Grace Jones, this album is fiercely sassy and celebratory. It feels like the start of something very