We’re very sorry to inform you that Ady Suleiman had to cancel his Prague show on April 2nd. We’re doing our best to get a new date asap. Your tickets will be refunded at the place of purchase.
Ady Suleiman’s debut album has been a long time coming. The longest time, it seems, for an artist who was being hailed as one to watch as far back as 2013, backed by everyone from Chance the Rapper to Michael Kiwanuka. Ady also opened for Laura Mvula and cooperated with Joey BadA$$ on the track What’s the Score.
With a rich era-spanning appreciation of music and an innate need to turn life experiences into narrative, UK soul singer Ady Suleiman has developed a timelessly classic yet fresh sound and a lyrical distinctiveness. After leaving major label, now it feels as though Suleiman is starting over with Memories, the name of his debut record, which is a richly woven collection of R&B, jazz, neo-soul and funk, all tied together with his sweet vocals and matter-of-fact delivery. “I spent f**king ages on the album. Some people don’t care about it, but for me the album’s feeling – it being cohesive – is so important.“