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LoveBox Festival 2019 – J HUS, LOYLE CARNER, SOLANGE & MORE!

LoveBox Festival 2019 – J HUS, LOYLE CARNER, SOLANGE & MORE!
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LoveBox Festival 2019 – J HUS, LOYLE CARNER, SOLANGE & MORE!


 

 

 

LoveBox Festival 2019 – J HUS, LOYLE CARNER, SOLANGE & MORE!

FRIDAY 12TH JULY 2019

A festival not shy of performance exclusives, and a brand new location at Gunnersbury Park, London’s Lovebox gave us the ONLY chance to see J Hus perform at a festival this year! Perhaps making their 2019 edition one of the most unmissable to date, after boasting a lineup which features the sensational Solange, Chance The Rapper, Giggs, SlowThai, Cypress Hill, 2 Chainz, Loyle Carner, Kaytranada, Four Tet, Brockhampton and more, fans were not disappointed!

2 CHAINZ

The line-up featured a balance of US hip hop, R&B and dance music acts, including rapper J Hus who made headlines last year when he was jailed for carrying a knife.

 

J HUS


J Hus is back following a hiatus from live performances, the afro-swing pioneer returned to deliver his unique brand of afro-beat and grime to his cult-like following, beginning with this exclusive festival performance to offer out the tracks that found his fame, including ‘Did You See’, ‘Friendly’, ‘Lean n Bop’ and more.

Fans were treated to a surprise performance when J Hus brought out Dave!

The crowd were clearly happy his enforced hiatus was over, singing his lyrics word for word as he bobbed back and forth around the stage.

 

SlowThai

He played ahead of Solange on the festival’s main stage, over 60 minutes of otherworldly, socially-conscious soul, Solange performed with a sense of freedom and joy that elevated both the material and the audience. More engaging, though, were the unscripted moments: Solange lassoing her microphone around her head in the middle of Down With The Clique, or striding the audience barriers during FUBU (the audience responded by pressing their phones into her face, with no regards for her personal space).

The star concentrated largely on her recent fourth album, ‘When I Get Home’ – a series of fleeting sketches of her hometown, Houston, Texas.

Elsewhere, Cypress Hill performed their 1993 Smash RAP album ‘Black Sunday’ in full and top notch producer Kaytranada delivered a set of synth-laden Hip-Hop.

 

 

 

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