Yasmin & Kadija at the Southbank Centre

An early evening of eclectic music at the South bank centre where Yasmin Kadi played to a packed crowd supported by my friend Kadija Kam. This was the first time I had seen both plays.

WOW Festival – Women of the World festival celebrates women and girls, and looks at the obstacles that stop them from achieving their potential.


Yasmin Kadi is a Sierra Leone born artist of African and Lebanese descent certainly wowed the crowd at the Southbank Centre. She headlined the Friday evening session playing tracks from her brilliant EP Earthquake. A mixture of Afrobeat, jazzy vibes and soulful soul she got the crowd moving.


Kadija Kamara is from London and is working on her first album a mixture of soulful rock.

More of the photographs I took can be seen on Flickr – httpss://

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Check out their music!


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