Returning to Camden at the The Jazz Cafe, Natty's Vibe & Pressure starts a new residency that'll help feed the children in Gambia.
The roots reggae singer/songwriter Natty (pictured above) and his label start a new series of events with a bang. Relaunching on July 7th - Natty has gone all out making sure this is one opening party no one will forget in a hurry.
Natty has invited some big friends of his to come down and party from 7pm - 2am. Cali P makes his first live band UK appearance ahead of his upcoming album. Rapper/poet Durrty Goodz will also debuting his first live band show and Mishka will blow you away with his incredible songs.
Natty of course will be there, he's performing with Gambia star Jally Kabba Susso in what promises to be a very special acoustic duo. Rounding off the night will be a tight DJ set from Jamie Rodigan and Heartical ID who'll spin their way through reggae, dub and everything inbetween.
To make the night that little more sweeter, they'll be handing over all the profits to the ERASE Foundation - a charity that Vibes & Pressure work a lot with. The money will be well spent and they expect it'll help feed 60 children at their orphanage in Gambia for two months.
It's a massive relaunch, bringing a little more reggae to our city whilst helping out where they need it most. Wouldn't wait around for tickets for this one, so get them here.
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