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Mojo Juju was born on 1983 in Melbourne, Australia. Discover Mojo Juju's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

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2019

In a 2019 interview with SBS TV's The FeedMo'ju said: "Traditions are really important and family histories give you an insight into your own identity. Songwriting is a huge part of keeping those oral traditions alive."

Chicago Tribune listed Mojo Juju as one of the top 12 acts to showcase at SXSW in 2019.

In May of 2019 Mojo Juju appeared as a featured artist on the single "Black Child" by Birdz

In June 2019 Juju joined A.B. Original as a guest vocalist for their live performance on the SummerStage in Central Park in New York.

At the 2019 Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR) Independent Music Awards, "Native Tongue" won Best Independent Single.

At the National Indigenous Music Awards 2019, Native Tongue won Album of the Year and "Native Tongue" won Song of the Year.

In October 2019, she came at no.7 in Happy Mag's list of "The 15 Australian female artists changing the game right now".

In October 2019 Juju was once again nominated in the National Live Music Awards, for both the Live R&B Or Soul Act Of The Year and Live Act of the Year (National Awards) as well as Live Act of the Year (Victoria).

2018

Mojo Ruiz de Luzuriaga, known professionally as Mo'Ju and previously as Mojo Juju, is an ARIA Award-nominated Australian musician, best-known for her 2018 album Native Tongue and the lead single of the same title. The single won the Best Independent Single category in the 2019 AIR Awards. She plays guitar and piano, writes songs and sings, and has created music in a number of genres.

In August 2018, Mojo Juju's third studio album Native Tongue was released, after four years in the making. The album explored her family history and personal experiences, in particular the story of her grandmother, Pearl, and grandfather, Jackson, a Wiradjiri man whom Pearl would not admit to having fathered her youngest child.

In 2018, Juju won the Live R&B or Soul Artist of the Year (National Award) category in the National Live Music Awards.

The music video for "Native Tongue", directed by Claudia Sangiorgi and featuring the Djuki Mala dancers from Elcho Island, won the 2018 J Award for Australian Music Video of the Year.

At the National Dreamtime Awards 2018 Mojo Juju was named Female Artist of the Year.

The National Dreamtime Awards are an annual celebration of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander achievement in sport, arts, academia and community. Mojo Juju won the Female Music Artist Award in 2018.

The National Live Music Awards are an Australian nationwide awards event which honour the live performance of music acts, without taking into account possible releases or recordings. Mojo Juju has been nominated a number of times in various categories and has won 'Best Live RnB / Soul Act' in both 2018 and 2019. In 2019 Juju also won the award for 'Best Live Act in Victoria'.

2015

In April 2015, Juju released her second solo studio album Seeing Red/Feeling Blue, an album with more pop elements than the first, but touching on a range of genres. She used the piano to write it, and, wanting to develop a new sound, collaborated with her friend Ptero Stylus, who had been working with hip hop duo Diafrix, as well as musicians from soul acts the Putbacks and the Cactus Channel. It features the singles "A Heart Is Not a Yo-Yo" and "They Come and They Go".

On 30 May 2015 Juju performed at Vivid Live with the Melbourne Ska Orchestra at the Sydney Opera House.

In 2015, Seeing Red/Feeling Blue was nominated for Best Soul, Funk, R’n’B and Gospel Album in The Age Music Genre Victoria Awards.

2013

A compilation of earlier material, Mojo Juju & The Snake Oil Merchants – Anthology, was released in 2015 on European label Off-Label Records. to coincide with the release of German film Bestefreunde, whose soundtrack was composed entirely of songs from the band's back catalogue.

2012

In January 2012, Juju released her eponymous debut solo album on ABC Music. It featured the singles "Horse Named Regret" and "Must Be Desire", and was in a blues style, featuring a lot of guitar.

2006

2006–2010: Mojo Juju & The Snake Oil Merchants

In 2006-2010, Mojo fronted a band called Mojo Juju & The Snake Oil Merchants. The band released two independent albums, Mojo Juju & The Snake Oil Merchants (2007) and Sellin' You Salvation (2009) before splitting.