AFROPUNK ADDS MORE ARTISTS
With an ethos that celebrates diversity, unity and multiculturalism, Afropunk festival couldn’t have come at a better time, as London and the rest of the UK stand hand in hand and use the power of music to fight hate with love.
Having already announced the likes of Nadia Rose, Little Simz, Kojey Radical, Nao, Clara Amfo and JME, Afropunk have added a second wave of artist to further add to the good vibes.
The Internet, a six piece infuse Soul, R’n’B, Jazz and Funk, for a laid back and groovy feel. Watch the video here – ‘Girl’
Liam Bailey came into view for me when he featured on Chase & Status’s ‘Blind Faith,’ when he voiced oozed sincerity. Since then he’s gone on to show that he can lend his voice to Reggae and Blues influenced R’n’B. Check out the video – ‘Villian’
Los Angeles based The Bots will arouse the Punk and Indie rocker in you, with their quintessentially British ambience.
Watch the video here – ‘Blinded’
Kiah Victoria is an emerging artist known for her phenomenal covers across YouTube. With a voice so mellow, she’ll drift your cares away.
Check out here track – ‘Treat Me’
With a ferocious addition of music, it wouldn’t be fair to leave out the other details that contribute to what will be a weekend of positivity and togetherness. Trail through the Spinthift Market for all things clothes, tattoo’s, arts and crafts. Enter the Afropunk Battle of The Bands now right here for your chance play at this year’s event, as well as studio time, expert advice and tuition.
Day & weekend tickets are available here!