After years of contributing to the development and growth of culture in Los Angeles, it can be rest assured Jamila Woods’ performance at the Natural History Museum will not fall short. Jamila Wood’s sound is influenced by a variety of things including Lucille Clifton poetry, The Cure, and letters from her grandmother. Her most recent album HEAVN is a cohesive feat of both technical and emotional intuition and risk. Jamila Wood’s is most famous for featuring on countless Hip Hop artist’s top hits, yet Jamila solo is truly an irreplaceable experience. Her passion and ability to speak to the audience through not only her music, but her full dedication and commitment to a performance speaks bounds. Through her music we can see directly into Jamila’s soul, repeating again and again in her lyrics, “goodness and mercy shall follow me”
What a message! Jamila Woods’ deeply spiritual, yet relatable music is the perfect asset to the First Fridays concert series. Listening to her music – especially live – will leave you feeling enriched and knowledgeable on the type of music that leaves you thinking and questioning even weeks after listening. Don’t miss this cultural experience, get your tickets for Jamila Woods at the Natural History Museum today!
Jamila Woods First Friday’s
Natural History Museum
April 6th, 2018 @ 5:00pm