Olufemi Sanyaolu, better known as Keziah Jones, is a Nigerian multi-platinum selling singer-songwriter and guitarist and is coming to Serbia for the 5th time, as a part of Musicology Barcaffe Sessions. He will perform on two concerts on 28th and 30th of November in Bitefartcafe club.
His unique music style, described as “Blufunk”, is a mixture of his African roots, blues and funk rhythms. He was born in Nigeria, raised in England and started to write songs at the age of 13. He spent several years between London and Paris before being discovered by his producer. His debut album “Blufunk is a fact” was a global success, led by the smash hit “Rhythm is Love”
The follow-up albums allowed him to tour the world and cultivate his African roots through his music. The worldwide release of Keziah Jones’s latest album “Captain Rugged” in 2014 was the starting point of a revival of the afro-beat style.
Keziah is looking forward to visiting one of his favorite countries:
“It’s always fun to play in Belgrade, the audience is dynamic and open to all the ideas I seem to propose! That is one of the reasons I love this place so much.“
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Dragana Kostica is the Belgrade-based editor in chief and founder of Still in Belgrade art, culture and club scene magazine. She holds a Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management in Arts (MA of Arts) and a Bachelor degree in Archaeology.