MUST DO: Kojey Radical at Jazz Cafe

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The spoken word artist is launching a new biannual urban, soul and spoken word event


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Acclaimed London spoken word poet and artist Kojey Radical is curating END/LESS, a new biannual event series showcasing the UK’s best up-and-coming urban, soul and spoken word talent.

Kojey’s recent rise to fame has been fuelled by his powerful lyricism and beautifully minimalist production – and he’s gathered an eclectic troop of equally talented artists to join him on launch night (4th April).

These include self-taught songwriter and soul vocalist Ego Ella May, who’s been teed up as one of the UK’s finest soul talents, acclaimed 26-year-old poet Caleb Femi, named Young People’s Poet Laurette last year, upcoming grime artist Mugun and R&B singer Bassette.

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Tickets here, 4th April, Jazz Café, Parkway NW1

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