Date: Monday 13th May 2019
Venue: Gigi’s Bar Hoxton, Hoxton Square, N1 6NU
Time: 7.30pm doors - 11pm
Host: Monikah Lee
23 year old Kateshia Marie is an R&B singer/songwriter born and raised in East London, she knows where she is coming from and is certain of where she is going. She has spent years developing her writing skills and building her foundations, strengthening her mind for the journey ahead.
Lauren Cofie is a multi talented singer-songwriter, model, presenter and radio host from Nottingham living in London.
Far from new to the music scene she's had baseline bangers on Ministry of Sound and was also part of a girl group with her sisters called Speechless.
Lauren Cofie is full of energy and positive vibes, her first love is old school rnb which shows in her vocals but also likes to merge this with different genres.
North London singer/songwriter Luv’Rell has been circulating the underground R&B scene for 5 years.
Kicking off her career with her top 10 iTunes R&B EP ‘Alpha Tauri’ (al-fa tor-eye), Luv has since graced international stages supporting acts from Stormzy to Dwele, and has explored a range of vibes from Reggae to Kizomba (which brought her first number in France!).
But she is best known for those nostalgic R&B vocals we love…
19-year-old, Native is a talented rapper, based in South East London. His passion for the Naughties era shows in his rapping style and he is set to introduce a fresh fusion of lyricism and the melodic vibes to the scene.
He has accumulated close to 40k views on his recent releases, Culture and Blessing, premiered on GRM Daily.
It’s undeniable that N8tive will make an impact on the scene for many years to come.
His latest single ‘Covenant’ is available now on all digital platforms.
Nnenna King, a 21 year old vocalist and Songwriter from East London, praised for having a soulful voice beyond her years.
King spent her youth listening to the soul stirring sounds her parents and siblings would play around the house, from the likes of Fela Kuti, Miles Davis and Anita Baker to Queen and even Kanye west.
King started singing at the tender age of 6 years old and knew she wanted to be a singer, singing on the big stage. In 2011 she gained a place at the prestigious BRIT SCHOOL for music.
Today, King’s music draws inspiration from the likes of Jill Scott, Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, Anita Baker, Amy Winehouse and Stevie Wonder.