20-year-old singer, songwriter, producer, and instrumentalist, Thalia Mozia Boyd, aka Momo blessed the stage of Carnegie Hall and Black Twitter can’t get enough of it!
Momo plays the guitar and the bass, she officially started singing with her family at the age of 5 and is one of five members of the sibling band, Infinity’s Song.
Raised by parents who were musicians themselves, Momo and her siblings know all too well how significant it is to perform at Carnegie Hall along side Jon Batiste and his American Symphony Orchestra.
Momo took to Instagram to share the accomplishment and wrote, “SO honored to be performing at CARNEGIE HALL tonight!! with my friend @jonbatiste and his American Symphony Orchestra🌟🤍this feels like a destiny moment and all I can do is give thanks and then give thanks again!!!”
Soon after last night’s performance, Momo shared a clip on social media and fans showered the vocalist with love and high praises.
Not only were users on social media obsessed with her voice but they couldn’t get over how great Momo looked in a custom made dress.
where’d i get the dress??? oh it’s custom made🤭 pic.twitter.com/uWe7BAnJOw
— momoboyd (@momoboydmusic) September 24, 2022
One user wrote, “I do hope you have a photo shoot booked. You and that dress need to framed. 🙌🏽🖤 Bella!”
Another user chimed in and said “Seen you pop on my TL multiple times and yassss girl 👏🏾👏🏾. Please keep popping ur sh*t. Post every pic!”
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Momo and her siblings of Infinity’s Song were officially signed to RocNation by Jay Z in 2016. The group has consistently performed around NYC, cultivating a grassroots fanbase through pop up street performances in Central Park and the NYC subway stations.
The group has toured the U.S., been featured on National Television (NBC’sThe Today Show and ABC’s The View), and frequently collaborates with other musical acts, most recently Kanye West, Jon Batiste, Tori Kelly and more.