Highly rated on the worldwide Roots Reggae scene, Aaron Kedar’s
previous credits include working with Ruff Cutt, the Sun cycle crew
and even the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Now breaking out as
a solo artist in his own right, the North London-based Rastafarian
singer is now ready to bring his shrewd social commentary and huge
vocal melodies to a bigger audience.
A wise nature is certainly a bonus for a lyricist who keenly observes
the world around him. Consistently stretching his curious mind and
analyzing his viewpoints, Kedar hopes hard-line topics like the fate
of Africa as a nation or outsider politics in the UK can sit side-byside with party vibe songs. “The music should always help people
feel good, even if they have something to think about when they get
home,” Kedar says.
Stepping up to the mantle as a prominent artist in his own right,
Kedar says it’s still thrilling when he plays live shows with his band.
“I’ve played a lot of gigs over the last 10 years, all over, in Germany,
France, Switzerland, Grenada, Jamaica, UK, Spain and EXIT festival
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