Aruba Red

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Aptly named after a female Caribbean pirate legend, this fresh and rebellious songstress, whose style falls somewhere in between MIA and Finley Quaye, has already achieved seriously impressive heights as an independent artist… featured by iTunes in their ‘Best of’ category, reaching top 10 playlist on Jamaica’s biggest radio station with ‘Struggling’ featuring Jah Mason, being selected by BBC Radio 1 as ‘Hottest Homegrown’ and chosen as ‘Alternative Jam’ on BBC 1Xtra. She has collaborated with the award winning Nitin Sawhney and the legendary Mad Professor, toured with Natty, Fat Freddy’s Drop and opened for Soul II Soul at Wembley Arena. With residencies at London’s Royal Festival Hall and Roundhouse, hosting her own stage at the Big Chill Festival and founding the capital’s hottest new live music night ‘Strange Brew’, Miss Red has rocked audiences with her fiery set and provocative lyrics. Recently headlining the sell-out Emerging Proms Festival and soon to be releasing her forthcoming debut smash ‘Light Up Light Up’ with Jamaican superstar Jah Cure, there seems to be no stopping this unique trail blazer.

Now Taking Bookings for Summer 2010

For all enquiries please contact Darius Malik: 07850 175 404 dariusmalikmusic@gmail.com

Reviews:

“A new sound… fresh and vibrant” – Bristol Rocks ***** “A ton of energy and good vibes…”- Brighton Calling ***** “She’s so talented she makes me cry” – Nerm, BBC Radio 1****** “Aruba Red lures the audience straight to iTunes…” – Chic Today *****“Exquisite a’cappella vocal” Bobby Friction, BBC Asian Network ***** “A reaction that some rock royalty only humbly hope to achieve” – Open Magazine ***** “Provocative, independent and eclectic; a breath of fresh air…” – Riz MC ***** “Aruba Red has a killer vibe”Nitin Sawhney

Aruba Red performing at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

Aruba Red performing at the Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre


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