Pama International return with their first reggae album and live shows in six years!
Since their formation in 2001 Pama Int’l have released 18 albums, recorded 5 BBC sessions (3 at Radio One’s Maida Vale, 1 for Radio 2 – for Janice Long, and 1 for BBC 6 music’s Craig Charles), and in 2006 they became the first new band to sign to Trojan Records in 30 years. They’ve also been championed by BBC 1xtra’s David Rodigan (who first played them back in 2001 on in Kiss fm show), xfm’s Jon Kennedy, and BBC6’s Steve Lamacq, Gideon Coe, Don Letts, Huey Morgan, and Chris Hawkins.
“as ever their productions & tastes are faultless” – Craig Charles BBC6
Georgia May is a ‘Nigeordian’ Neo-Soul vocalist, born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne with Nigerian roots. Her sound is defined by soothing timbres exposing contrasting emotions of lust and heartache with a poetic lyrical narrative. She’s heavily influenced by 90’s hip hop, RnB and acoustic soul. Georgia’s captivating live vocals are complimented by Daps on keyboards, bringing jazzy chords with a gospel influence. The duo perform a variety of original material along with a few stylised covers.
Radikal Queen is Tyneside’s leading Black poet.
She is an award-winning cultural activist who has performed all over the UK, as well as Spain, Central Africa, West Africa and extensively in the United States.
She writes songs and works with rhythm and sound to create pieces that astound and has a polemic that confounds any and all attempts to pin it down. She is a commissioned artist & has learned how to fuse the beauty of Black music with the grassroots fight for planetary liberation