Miloe–a.k.a. Bobby Kabeya, a 20-something Minneapolis artist by way of The Democratic Republic of Congo– released his incredible EP Greenhouse last year, earning praise from the likes of NPR Music, The Fader, MTV, SPIN, Uproxx, NYLON, and more. Kabeya moved to the U.S. with his family at the age of 8 to reunite with his father, a journalist who was granted asylum three years prior. Greenhouse is an exhilaratingly energetic and youthful homage to Summer and the weather patterns of his childhood, paired with lyrics of teenage melodrama and idealism. “The Minnesotan climate can feel so limiting compared to where I grew up, almost like we’re waiting half the year to actually live our lives,” he explains. Living in a region that faces harsh winter for much of the year, and in 2020 served as ground zero for uprisings against police violence, Kabeya created Greenhouse as an offering of sunshine to his community as winter returns.