NATAL DAY x AFROASIS  w/  AMA LOU (UK), Divine Brown, LayDee Vee and More

NATAL DAY x AFROASIS w/ AMA LOU (UK), Divine Brown, LayDee Vee and More

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Grand Parade

1770 Barrington Street

Halifax, NS B3J


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NATAL DAY x AFROASIS 2022 - A night of international talent for FREE!

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Natal Day is hosting a free concert in Grand Parade as the 2022 National Black Summit Series comes to a close for the evening. This is a chance to celebrate the long weekend together with delegates from all over the Country in attendance. This event will celebrate incredible black artists from all over the world including UK emerging star AMA LOU. Opening will be two absolute stars in the Atlantic Canadian R&B world. Divine Brown and Veronica Tynes (Laydee Vee) are coming back to Halifax for one night only! Surrounded by an All Star band of locals and joined by Toronto's reggae artist Inoah It's time to show the whole Country how Halifax loves live concerts! Bring family and friends for a beautiful night of music and culture!

AMA LOU - UK - Sensation being heralded as one of the next biggest things in music. Ama Louisa John known professionally as Ama Lou, born on 9 May 1998, is an English singer, songwriter from North London.

Ama Lou is an artist who makes music of the R&B and Soul genre. Although she is of a young age, she has been recognized by artists such as Drake himself.

She writes and produces her music (often with collabo­rators), and creates all her visuals and films with her sister Mahalia.

Press and music tastemakers have upheld her debut single ‘TBC’ with ID stating, “A beautifully shot short, the video and track both references Eric Garner’s horrific final words, ‘I can’t breathe’, while alluding to, the Black Lives Matter movement and annihilation of Black and Brown America in the early 20th century.”

With Ama Lou‘s impressive, expressive lyricism and her edgy aesthetic and creative genius when it comes to her music visuals. She has certainly bought her stonework along and is paving her way to become one of the most inspirational and fundamental artists around.

Divine Brown - Toronto/Jamaica - Canadian Juno Award-winning R&B and soul singer and theatre performer. Brown is known for her 2005 Canadian radio hit "Old Skool Love".[1] The single and video whet the appetites of U.S. Soul music fans, and a Reggae remix version secured the attention of Riddim junkies in Jamaica fueling Divine to reach for something more. The single earned Brown a SOCAN No. 1 Song Award.

LayDee Vee - The prestigious Veronica Tynes aka “LayDee Vee”, began to grace the world with her gift of voice at the tender age of 9. It was during her young adult time that the highly blessed young Veronica began singing lead for the well received and immensely broadcasted televised production “God’s Trombone”, directed by none other than thee Walter Borden.


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