Born and bred in East London, but with musical roots firmly set in Nottingham, Yazmin Lacey has come a long way from recording music in her bedroom.
After delivering a stunning performance at Rich Mix where she drew the crowd in with her smoky, sultry vocals, Lacey is once again returning to her hometown for an unmissable show at Jazz Cafe as part of the EFG London Jazz Festival.
Having been discovered through the Brownswood Future Bubblers project, Lacey has garnered a plethora of rave reviews from music industry giants ever since. From Gilles Peterson to Lauren Laverne, Lacey is fast gaining support for her delicate, thoughtful songwriting and powerful, velvety vocals that are steeped in old school soul, with tinges of jazz and electronica that give her songs a modern spin.
At Jazz Cafe, Lacey will debut songs from her highly anticipated new album When The Sun Dips 90 Degrees. On what is surely a cornerstone in the rise of a star, this show is utterly unmissable. Don’t just believe the hype, come and see for yourself why this majestic songwriter has garnered huge acclaim.