Saturday, November 23, 2019

Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us

Esquire UK:
The Mythology Of Emmanuel Jal
The child soldier turned hip-hop star has stories to tell. Esquire spoke to him on the heels of his award-nominated album, 'Naath', a release made with his sister, Nyaruach, who still lives in a refugee camp in Kenya.
I came across the article above this morning. I haven't had time to read it yet, but I am noting it here after seeing Emmanuel Jal's great show in the Camden Assembly last night.

The Camden Assembly is right by Chalk Farm tube station, so - though it is on the other side of London - it is only a no-change 45 minute Northern Line trip.

The Roundhouse is in Chalk Farm Road, so we can add that to the ever growing list of venues I could attend conveniently but somehow never get round to.

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