Jan 24, 2024

Prague’s Metronome Festival Scores Big with the Addition of Michael Kiwanuka

The Metronome Festival, set to captivate audiences from June 20 to 22 at the Prague Exhibition Centre, has added another star to its lineup: Michael Kiwanuka.

The London-based singer, with Ugandan roots, renowned for his appearances alongside Adele and the soulful backdrop of his song “Cold Little Heart” in the hit TV series Seven Lovers, is set to make a return to Prague.

Described by festival organizers as a humble artist unafraid of eccentric expressions, Kiwanuka draws inspiration from the soulful sounds of 1970s American soul.

“He is one of Britain’s most respected artists. Imagine Van Morrison meets Curtis Mayfield, and you’re there. His 2016 album ‘Love & Hate’ soared to the top spot in the UK, and in 2019, ‘Kiwanuka’ garnered unanimous rave reviews, hailed as a career-defining masterpiece by Mojo magazine. He is a true artist who pours every ounce of his heart and soul into his mesmerizing live performances. In short, Michael Kiwanuka is a genuine attraction,” attests Rob Cass, Abbey Road Studios Producer, exclusively for Metronome Prague 2024.

Born and raised in North London’s Muswell Hill, Michael Kiwanuka’s roots trace back to Ugandan parents who fled President Idi Amin’s regime, also known as the Butcher of Kampala.

Graduating with honors from Fortismere School in 2005, Kiwanuka was known for his friendly and humble demeanor, and a profound understanding of diverse musical genres.

Throughout his school years, he showcased his musical talents, playing bass and jazz guitar. Post-graduation, he continued his academic journey at the University of Westminster in London.

Metronome Festival 2024 promises attendees over eighty performances, with organizers guaranteeing surprises and a robust accompanying program.

The entire event will be enhanced by comfortable facilities, including an exceptional gastro zone.

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