Skip to content

01

Jun
2018

Back to News

Cosha Releases ‘R.I.P. Bonzai’ Mixtape

AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE NOW VIA RCA RECORDS/SONY MUSIC U.K.

LISTEN HERE

 

INCLUDES DEBUT SINGLE “DO YOU WANNA DANCE” 

 

WATCH HERE

 

“[Do You Wanna Dance] makes you feel more alive with each play” – The FADER

 

“A great summer jam.” – Refinery29

 

“A statement of intent… this new Cosha single rubs together in your speakers or headphones like shoulders brush against each other during a rave that creeps towards sunset, at the start of summer.“ – Noisey

 

“‘Do You Wanna Dance’ is a lot of fun.” – Pigeons & Planes

 

“The excellent Bonzai has rebranded as Cosha…’Do You Wanna Dance’ hypnotically weaves together a capella harmonies and whistling birdsong” – The Guardian

 

“We predict big things ahead” – Notion

 

“One of pop’s most exciting prospects…Long live Cosha.” – NME

 

“Bonzai is buried as Cosha is born, arriving at full speed with new track ‘Do You Wanna Dance.’” – The Line of Best Fit

 

 

(New York, NY – June 1, 2018) – Cosha, formerly known as Bonzai, releases today her new mixtape, R.I.P. Bonzai. The mixtape is now available to stream and purchase at all digital service providers via RCA Records/ Sony Music U.K. Click HERE to listen.

 

On the mixtape, Cosha collaborates with producers Rostam, Mura Masa, Danny L Harle, Johan Hugo, Jeff Gitty, Jim-E Stack, Tom Tripp and Grades and features NAO.

 

Speaking about the mixtape Cosha says, “R.I.P. Bonzai is the ebbs and flows through the mind of a confident, but paranoid, sexual but shy, wild young Irish lady. It’s all in the lyrics.”

 

The mixtape follows the release of Cosha’s new single “Do You Wanna Dance” which was released last week and is featured on the mixtape. Watch the video, which premiered on FADER for “Do You Wanna Dance” HERE.

 

During this time she’s enjoyed an impressive array of critical acclaim and has since gone through somewhat of a transformation, both as an artist and to put it simply, as a human being.

 

About Cosha

 

5 years ago, at the age of 17,  Dublin native, Cassia O’Reilly started making music under the pseudonym Bonzai. She released 3 critically acclaimed EPs during her reign as Bonzai, garnered huge support from Annie Mac (enjoying 3 Hottest Records from the Radio 1 DJ) and mass acclaim from the likes of Dazed & Confused, FADER, Noisey, Pitchfork, Pigeons and Planes, Vogue and many more.

 

http://cosha.co