Selah Sue turns her doubts into soul, funk and reggae melodies, trying hard to be worthy of her idols, Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu and Bob Marley. She sings in local clubs on the weekend and attends high school during the week. She records in home-studios, at friends houses, and publishes drafts of her songs on Myspace, without a thought of making a career in music.
To put it in a nutshell, in just two years, Selah Sue has fulfilled her dreams. first single “Raggamuffin” is one of her oldest songs and was viewed more than a million times online. Check out Selah Sue at the Independent.
Selah Sue, Bushwalla
Sunday, August 25th
Show @ 8:00pm // Doors @ 7:30pm