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Normanton Street w/ Meron T / Emiko / Count Kujo


The Victoria

451 Queensbridge Road E8 3AS London

Gig Description

Brighton via Bradford / Bristol band are gearing up for an active 2020

The band will release a brand new track called 'Whatever' and will be celebrating the release with a Brighton and London performance.

The London show will take place on Saturday February 15th at The Victoria - Dalston

'Hip-hop heavy weights Normanton Street have been pillars of Brighton’s live scene for as long as anyone can remember. Their ability to combine Daisy Age fun, Conscious flows and a tight musicality sets them apart from other crews in the city. Front woman Phoebe Freya is in possession of a voice that needs to be heard live'. Clash Magazine


Meron Tilahun
Meron T is a vocalist, singer-songwriter from South London. Her music combines the sweet sounds of Neo-Soul, topped off with Bossa Nova style vocals, influenced by the global spectrum of jazz, soul and R&B. Meron’s music attempts to break down the boundaries between these distinct musical styles, through fusing them into one.

Following the success of her 2018 single ‘Hunny’, and more recently ‘Can We’ and ‘Escape’, Meron T recently released her highly anticipated debut project - Mirage EP. With a full body of work out in the world, 2020 is set to be a promising year for the emerging artist as she embarks on spreading the sound that she’s been crafting over the past several years.

One artist climbing fast within the UK R&B and Soul game is Emiko. The singer/ songwriter from Notting Hill is set for big things this year he’s had the pleasure of appearing on Reprezent Radio and BBC 1Xtra. His delicate smooth voice radiates each track he’s layered on, and he seems to have an infectious open personality which is exciting to see from a young artist.

Count Kujo
One of the hottest Afro-Jazz groups springing out of the U.K, with wide-ranging influences of Bebop to Afrobeat, creating a fiery brew of rhythm and harmony.

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