Natu Camara

Tuesday 5th November

Hailing from the vibrant music scene of Guinea, West Africa, Natu Camara has taken the world stage by storm with her powerful vocals and magnetic presence.


Her presence and music resonate as a harmonious blend of legendary voices such as Miriam Makeba, Nina Simone, Tracy Chapman, and Tina Turner, emerging from the heart of West Africa as a dynamic singer and songwriter.

Natu has infused her music with her heritage in a unique way, resulting in a rich fusion of soul, pop, classic African roots that define her Afro-rock sound. Beyond her electrifying stage performances, Natu’s unwavering commitment to social justice is a common thread throughout her career.

Join us in celebrating the Award winning and New York city celebrated artist Natu Camara, in her musical journey as she continues to bridge cultures, break barriers, and uplift souls through her incredible music.

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