#WEDNESDAYS at Notting Hill Arts Club presents KADIATA
#WEDNESDAYS at Notting Hill Arts Club is the new highlight of West London. Located at the legendary Notting Hill Arts Club, an iconic venue established in 1997 as a safe space for creatives to immerse themselves in music and art.
Come join us and catch 3 amazing artists performing LIVE. A fun, creative space where you can chill, sip, and admire cool, talented artists while listening to some banging live tunes!
Standard tickets – £8
2 For 1 (Bring a friend tickets) – £12
Kadiata, one of London’s most dynamic voices, wants to tell the story of the place that raised him. Born in Angola, Kadiata moved to London at age four but while the Big Smoke is the town that raised him, his heritage and background couldn’t be more conspicuous – particularly in the sounds he employs within his music.
Kadiata is much more than the music he creates for himself but what he produces for others. A longtime friend and collaborator of fellow Pimlico artist, Miles from Kinshasa, Kadiata produced Sam Wise’s breakout hit Rack Up. He also featured on Jesse James Solomon’s Strata EP (2018) – whom he recently reunited with, as they attended the same secondary school in Pimlico. Now, he wants to tell the story of who he is and how he sees the world in his forthcoming material. By blending various moods and sounds such as Afrobeats, rap, and funk, Kadiata positions himself as an artist able to tap into the familiar, but by taking it that step further, with an idiosyncratic and refreshing approach. Recently fresh off performing at Jords Tour in London, Kadiata is stage ready!
Gia Gray is a singer, and songwriter born and raised in southwest London, who has worked with the likes of twice Grammy-nominated producer WizzyWow.
Gia has always been exposed to many musical influences, from 90s R&B, and garage music to reggae. She also grew up in a musical family and has been singing for as long as she could talk. Her passion for music has increased over the years and Gia has been committed to developing her talents as a musician and a performer.
Hailing from Tottenham, North London’s Reapz is a musical prodigy who not only raps but produces, engineers, and plays four instruments including the guitar, ukulele, steel pans, and piano. He has gained traction on TikTok for displaying his musical ability across the platform and his creatively engaging freestyles.
Reapz has been making waves with his original acoustic ukulele tracks and well-known covers on social media. His first official song 'Hood Favourite (Bando Basic)' is an ode to his hometown and a refreshing track that incorporates the strings of his ukulele with cool rap flows and bars.
2024 is an exciting year for Reapz and the breath of fresh air he provides in the world of rap.
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