Date: Monday 15th April 2019
Venue: Gigi’s Bar Hoxton, Hoxton Square, N1 6NU
Time: 7.30pm doors - 11pm
Host: Monikah Lee
30 year old 3Will is a producer and songwriter from West London and has decided to step into the limelight as a singer.
He has been creating music for 15 years and also got to X Factor bootcamp in 2009, coming from a musical family, as his cousin Sway DaSafo was the first artist ever, to break into the UK Charts Unsigned.
3Will wants to make his own history and inspiration to the world, by being on dialysis and still having a huge passion for music. Hoping that people in the world can still follow their dreams, despite what they’re going through!
Singer/songwriter Indigo Lily and producer Sam Posener met during their teenage years, bonding over a love of downtempo music and soulful songwriting. Hailing from Finchley, North London, their collaborative efforts led to the formation of duo, Ka-Li. Drawing influence from Lauryn Hill to Led Zeppelin, it is in the friction between their distinct musical perspectives that the sounds of Ka-Li emerge.
Each dedicated to the development of their craft, they are carving their own sonic identity and breaking onto the London soul scene. The debut single 'Halfway,' and follow up 'KUDOS,' are out now.
JoJoey is an artist from Thornton Heath, South London.
Another big talent on the come up. He has been recognised by many artists in the industry now. But is still working his way to the top.
He began to make music and take it seriously in 2015, but has always written music, from Garage and Grime days in school to going studio with his friends in his teenage years to rap about the lifestyle lived.
JoJoey uses his music to express experiences he has gone through. Using various types of beats whether it is Hip hop, Afro, Grime or Trap.
As an artist, he believes music is just expression. And whatever mood or feeling you have at the time you are writing, through whatever real-life situation, you can express.
The rapidly emerging singer songwriter musician now studying music at Goldsmiths London, has scooped a multitude of awards, As she approaches the end of 2018, her most significant achievement to date sees her Nominated as One to Watch 2018 Urban Music Awards, confirming her as one of the UK’s top Teens.
Summer 2018, with her full band she headlined Manchester Carnival with her full band, and then opened the stage at Manchester Pride supporting Rita Ora, Alexandra Burke, and Sigala.
The artist is currently play listed across many Independent, Online and local Radio stations, and has been featured on BBC Introducing Merseyside. Sept 2016 saw her live performance of song What You Were Like featured on BBC1Xtra with an interview with DJ Target. In May 2017 demo Nothing On Me received another BBC1Xtra play from DJ Ace.
Now based in Liverpool and London, she is now working on a number of new and exciting projects and collaborations, watch this space!
This BBC Introducing featured artist has cultivated a style best described as Acoustic Soul. Tascha Jerawan intricately weaves influences of artists from Etta James to Sade into a tapestry of warm vocals and crisply plucked guitar that are guaranteed to resonate on any stage.