Baby sure got it right with this line up. We were blessed by God's when Deeper Space and Never Normal Records teamed up and brought their friends to play at Baby's Alright BK. With Zenizen, Adesuwa, Suzi Analogue, Ezrakh, Ignabu and Langston Black dropping a soundtrack of beats all night, the scene was set.
The evening began to unfold with the soulful yet time warping sounds of Zenizen. Lead singer, Opal controls the stage with her deep sultry voice, which lays oh so well over the 80s synth production of (fill in name).
After getting the stage fired up, the homie, Ezrakh rode the lava waves, keyboard in hand. His set for the night dropped some deep house on us and let him stretch his hypnotic vocals over ambient synths, juxtaposed with hard drums and bass. Heavy vibes, heavy vibes, heavy vibes!!
The foot werk bae god, Suzi Analogue blessed the crowd with what was one of the illest sets. Playing her signature vibe of up tempo bass hip hop. She controlled the room spreading the message of freedom and we all got free that night... as she unveiled heater after heater.
By this time if you thought you were too turnt, then you weren't ready for the angelic voice of Denitia, the lead singer of Adesuwa. As they began to play you could almost feel the listeners being drawn into their music, completely captivated and eager to hear what they had in store next. Their set was epic to say the least.
And to close out the high energy night we had the afro hip hop super group Ignabu jump on stage. Drummer, Cinque and super producer, Bae Bro. Also mixed with some guest appearances from Tamara Renee and Amani Fela. They dropped some jazz infused hip hop that definitely had the head nod factor at a steady high volume.
This show left us all on a musical high too lit to think about anything else but heavy bass line and soulful vocals for the next few days.