A night full of positive vibrations! Subajah brings his unique brand of poetic roots reggae with support from soulful folk/roots/dub crew Midnight Zu, and producer/MC duo Interrupt & Natty will keep you skanking till the early hours.
♬♬ Subajah ♬♬
Subajah is an artist whose musicality is rich, inspiring and unique in its genre. He has developed a soulful, spiritual and poetical deep reggae roots sound influenced by the oral tradition, melodies and rhythms of Africa and the Caribbean.
Fuelled by his passion for music, Subajah moved to London in 2007, where he has been evolving in the reggae scene to become one of the most sought after upcoming artists. He has, amongst others, performed with artists such as Aswad, Culture, The Twinkle Brothers, Dawn Penn, Natty, Tippa Irie, YT, Dre Island and Young warrior.
♬♬ The Midnight Zu ♬♬
A collective of musicians and singers based in Bristol, bringing together elements of funk, folk, electro, dub, ska and soul.
These guys revel in spreading good vibes and happy times, layering conscious verse, head-bopping rhythms and sensual melodies that will hook your heart all night and make you breakfast in the morning.
♬♬ Interrupt and Natty Campbell MC ♬♬
Interrupt is one of the top up and coming UK producers. He provides his own individual upbeat vibe, which features old-school drum machines, bold basslines and colourful synthesizers.
Dancehall, reggae and jungle MC Natty is known for his work with
Reggae Roast and the Yin Yang Magic Gang.
FREE before 7pm, £7 after
The venue is open from 10:30am, serving food from 12-10pm.
231 Battersea Park Road, SW11 4LG
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Tonight begins with a performance from Subajah, who, in and of himself, is an incredibly talented man. He displays his abilities as a rapper, singer and composer with real aplomb. In an age of vapid consumerism, it’s pleasing to find artists willing to stand up and go against the grain, educating the…
, Mad Professor
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