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Soul Food Festival

Thursday 27 February 2020


Music to overwhelm your senses

A young rap-poet embodying a contemporary take on alternative hip-hop music and spoken word poetry. Otis’ work reads like a stream of consciousness, documenting journeys of thought. Drawing from influences such asCommon, Aesop Rock and The Roots, Otis delivers off-kilter lyrics with a sentimental vibe.

Mensah has performed live with the likes of Arrested Development, Killah Priest, Oddisee, Illa J, Mahalia, Lowkey, Abstract Orchestra, Open Mike Eagle, Milo, HomeboySandman, P.O.S, The Mouse Outfit and many more. His food for thought flowed over Hip Hop beats is not to be missed.

Shaniah Williams is an emerging 19 year old singer and songwriter from London based in Leeds. Williams’ mesmerising stage presence along with her soulful vocals lends beautifully to her RnB style which has also been influenced by her gospel background.

With beautifully written lyrics exploring tales of love,connection and spirituality, Shaniah never shies away from drawing in her audience. She is also the lead vocalist of theRnB/Soul group The SpaceAntics and has performed live with Bryony Jarman-Pinto, Necktr and B-ahwe.

East London born singer/songwriter, rapper & poet, Kemsthethinker skilfully blends Hip Hop, RnB, Jazz, and Reggae into his own unique sound.

His lyrics are always conscious and introspective often dealing with themes of social issues, love and self-growth.

Punto Sabor is a collective of different heritages under one project, appreciating Salsa music but fearlessly delving into other musical worlds like Jazz and Blues.

Led by Pedro, an Ecuadorian Jazz musician raised in the heart of East London, the small ensemble aims to tell a story through exotic Latin rhythms interpreted by musicians from around the globe,including Latin American,African and European backgrounds

Time7pm - 2am
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