Mon 23 October 2017 | 8:30 pm - 11:59 pm
Barby - Derech Kibuts Galuyot 52, Tel Aviv, 145 NIS

Cody Chestnutt is a rare creative spirit with a sound that was born at the encounter of soul, funk, and rock ‘n’ roll. He first broke in 2002 with his first solo project, a double album with 39 songs, including The Seed, which became a hit worldwide. Chetnutt makes poetic hip-hop, resting on the R & B bouquets and the solo. The deep and jazz guitar, his unique voice and his sharp writing produce a grotesque, virtuoso and moving performance.

The revival of the attraction codes continues to gain momentum and interest with the song “Look Good in Leather,” and every subsequent time with his participation in 2006 in the movie Dave Chappelle’s Block Party (along with all modern hip-hop fathers and mothers, we will not tire you out).

Like many others in the iconic film of Dave Chapelle, Cody Chesent is part of the black musicians’ stream that began in the late 1990s and exploded in the United States and the world in the early 2000s. This group is largely responsible for the golden age of black music in the world and has been the basis for important political movements and the penetration of hip-hop, R & B, the solo and the new FNC into the mainstream in the last decade.
Chasent did not find his place in the mainstream like others, except for flirting with The Roots when they offered to re-record The Seed (The Seed 2.0), which became a huge international hit.

His new album “My Love Devine Degree”, released early this year, seeped into the bubbling hip-hop scene of the East Coast and fitted like a glove to the spirit of the American activist era in its liberal areas. Beyond politics, Chasent’s transition to his new album Beat-Soul and Synth-Funk signals a new era in the musical evolution of the producer, writer and giant performer that will land here in October for the first time.
With words that require censorship, a sensual groove and a band with a groove in the sky guaranteed an evening at high temperature, the discharge of tension on you.

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