Faded presents Elhae

Friday 12th May 2017 - 6:00pm til 10:00pm (last entry 6:00pm)

‘The Atlanta rapper and singer weaves church-bred soul with unfiltered bars while pouring his heart on wax’ – Billboard

Following 2015 and 2016 sold out London shows, Elhae returns for a three date UK tour, featuring debut headline shows in Birmingham and Manchester as well as London.

The Atlantic Records signee will be performing a full headline show featuring music from Her: Ark’s Fall, Aura, All Have Fallen and his soon to be released Aura II EP.

Supporting Elhae on all three dates will be London’s Kaleem Taylor, who cut his teeth making Neo Soul before working with electronic and dance producers such as Tchami, Snakehips, Memeb, Shy Luv and The Code, which resulted in hits such as Promesses and Forever. Signed to Epic (Sony) his latest release By My Side fuses his soulful R&B with a charismatic dance beat.

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