shubeen jazz cafe

Cali P, Natty x Jally Kebba Susso, Durrty Goodz, Mishka

07 Jul 2016 London, UK


Time : 20:00 - 02:00
Venue : The Jazz Café
Address : 5 Parkway, Camden Town
Zip : NW1 7PG
Phone : 020 7485 6834
Contact Email :

Vibes and Pressure is back in Camden where it all started. Natty(founder) has called on some of his international friends to put together an awesome lineup for the summer revival of Vibes And Pressure at the Jazz Cafe. Cali P is flying in from Jamaica to do his first ever Live UK appearance, fresh off his Radio 1 Success with his song “Coconut Jelly Man.” Also we have the legendary Mishka flying in from Bermuda to bring his soothing tones and songwriting skills. One of the UK’s finest rapper/poets Durrty Goodz will be doing his first ever show with Live band. As if that wasn’t enough Natty will be kicking off the evening with an acoustic duo-performance alongside the Master-griot from Gambia Jally Kabba Susso.


Cali P’s star is on the rise. Since releasing “Healing of The Nation” EP (HEMP HIGHER), which also topped itunes reggae charts all over Europe and saw the artist embark on a massive “Healing Of The Nation” world tour in 2015, he has gone on to deliver more hit songs including ‘Coconut Jelly man” which was championed by Annie Mac and Radio 1earlier this year. His delivery and passion certainly remind his audience that while the lyrical fire of Rastafari burns brightly within his soul he is keenly aware that the message must be delivered in a contemporary manner. Currently he is working with HEMP HIGHER & FLASH HIT RECORDS on the production of his next album which will be released later in the year. His headline appearance on the 7th July at the Jazz Cafe is one not to be missed as it will be his first Live performance in the UK backed by the Vibes and Pressure band. For more info check out or


Natty, international award-winning singer-songwriter from London, UK and Jally Kebba Susso, Gambian Kora master & Griot musician, have come together to form a musical partnership, fusing their 2 very distinct styles to create something new, acoustic and extraordinary. Both artists come from a diverse musical background, Jally comes from a very long line of Mandinka griots, was hailed as a child prodigy, left Gambia at 19, and has toured the world with many bands including his own, Manding Sabu and he has released one album to date. Natty is a singer-songwriter, modern-day griot, from London who has achieved great things in his short career including top-20 chart success in the UK, and performing all over the world with his own brand of future roots music. Like Jally is recognised by his Kora, Natty is recognised by his guitar, so their performance is stripped down and takes the audience on a journey into the world of the Griot 2 interweaving instruments and Vocals.

Check out Natty’s 2016 album Release the Fear on and Jally at


Durrty Goodz , London born artist known for his lyrics, versatility, distinctive tone and a flow that seems to fuse many styles, from dancehall to Grime, Reggae and more. Considered by many as the most underrated MC in the UK, his versatile yet effortless flow and thoughtful lyrics are what stand him apart from the crowd. After the success of the Vintage mixtape released 2015 he is now on demand as a great performer and has two highly anticipated projects dropping this summer.


Born in Bermuda and raised in the Caribbean, Mishka is a traveler and a sailor at heart. A free spirit, whose lyrics melodies and grooves, are reflections of the roots and culture in which he grew, Mishka’s music is Caribbean at the core. From bass heavy roots reggae, to mellow acoustic ballads, songs of love, songs of social justice and consciousness, you have to hear for yourself and experience the music. Mishka’s releases have charted around the globe including threereleases reaching the #1 spot on Billboard Magazine’s Reggae chart.

Host: RT KAL


Vibes and Pressure is a collective of like-minded conscious artists, musicians and creators. After moving to Passing Clouds (Hackney) from their first base in Camden this movement of artists and musicians have made huge steps in the last 4 years including setting up a record label, releasing records and developing new artists as well as hosting stages at various UK festivals. A few years ago they joined forces with ERASE foundation to support an orphanage and 4 schools in Africa, shipping more than 20 containers to West and Southern Africa. Profits from the Jazz cafe show feeds 60 children at our orphanage in Gambia for a month.