Etta Bond couldn’t care less what you think. After a spellbinding performance at Camden’s Jazz Cafe, she doesn't need to.
Playing the final show of her headline tour, Etta Bond expressed her gratitude to fans and those around her for making her success a reality.
The Cambridge-born soulstress played many of this years releases, including ‘Surface’, as well as tracks like ‘King to Be’ from first EP #coolnewurbantalent, released in 2015.
Having previous collaborated with artists including Plan B, Raf Riley and Labrinth (after signing to his label Odd Child a few years ago), Bond's live show also featured appearances from like Kojey Radical and Swindle, among a number of musicians and friends that she brought onto the stage.
The crowd could only admire Bond's tongue-in-cheek attitude, as she spoke of her beliefs in the power of relationships to progress and develop ourselves. An iconic presence throughout, she left the crowd excited and inspired.