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Friday night was a great @ Proud Camden as Soul D Out started the night off with a couple of hours of quality live music from some of London’s finest up and coming talents. The Remedies on house band duties delivered as always assisting Julie Iwehta, Juliyaa and Shea Soul in delivering 3 superb sets of vocal brilliance. Marie Dahlstrom also performed a strong set but it turned out they were all just warming it up for Incisive to step and and shut it down. The trio of musicians that joined him on stage brought a groove that had the whole room rocking. Setting us up with last year’s smash This Groove and then going into tracks from the new mixtape “Where Is He” he showed why live HipHop performances always sound better with a band. They were so tight and looked like they were having the time of their lives up on the stage. The energy that they gave off fed the crowd who in turn showed their appreciation singing and dancing along. A fine performance from an artist who insists on consistently delivering quality. Cop the mixtape here now if you haven’t already.
Salute to SoulDOut and Love Dough for a great Friday night.

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