Swedish singer-songwriter Andreas Moss is an eccentric artist with spirited pop sensibilities and a driving hip-hop flow. The singer releases his latest single “Minivan” and it is a hard-hitting, exhilarating track with assertive vocals and an infectious rhythm.
"Minivan" is the first song Moss has acknowledged being gay lyrically, and it encourages queer artists to feel-good in their own skin. Moss reveals, “I’ve noticed that people see even the smallest male to male intimacy as “inappropriate” even if it’s just holding hands or kissing. So instead of dancing around the subject I hit it straight on. Sex is beautiful, sex is amazing and isn’t something we should be ashamed of.” A light-hearted offering with sensual undertones, the visuals play to those provocative, playful vibes with alluring dancers and a lit-up Minivan.
Andreas Moss aka Jonathan Thulin, has become an empowering pop inspiration, but it did not come without some deeply pensive reflection. Though judged at church, he attained much success as a Christian artist. Eventually, he resented the path he chose and learned to embrace his true nature, crafting fierce pop tracks oozing with authenticity. Now becoming the proud gay man he is today, he is finally speaking about his sexuality openly. With this newfound strong self-assurance, he hopes to impart that on to listeners. Watch the illuminating visuals now.