Culture ft. Kenyatta Hill

vr 15 september
Zaal open 20:00 Aanvang 21:00

UPDATE: Unfortunately this show has been cancelled.


Kenyatta Hill's career as a singer began the day his father's ended. Joseph Hill, singer and songwriter from the iconic Jamaican vocal trio Culture, passed away in 2006 while on tour in Europe. Left without a lead singer, Kenyatta - then the band's sound engineer - stepped from behind the mixing board and onstage to deliver 19 electrifying performances until the completion of the tour. Fans, promoters, and critics all agreed: the legacy of Culture would live on


Influenced by elements of dancehall, grounded in the roots tradition, and motivated to carry on his father's work, Kenyatta set out to finish songs that Joseph had started and create new music of his own. On his poignant debut album "Pass The Torch" (Tafari Records), he was backed by a masterful roster of musicians including Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare.

His first single, "Daddy," explored the emotional pain and uncertainty that he felt after the loss of his father. The album received critical acclaim and remains a fan favourite. Following his debut, Kenyatta embarked on a successful U.S. tour with Beres Hammond and released a celebrated tribute album in 2011, "Live On: A Tribute To Culture". In 2014 he released the album “Riddim Of Life” and continued to tour extensively across the globe, honing his craft as a solo artist and keeping the legacy of Culture alive for reggae lovers everywhere.

This concert is a collabaration with ZenSocial Productions!