'Don't Wake The Babies'
Azekel

Azekel's talent simply can't be denied.

After all, even Prince was a fan of the East London vocalist, and the Purple One knew a thing or two about mind-expanding soul music.

Recently working with Massive Attack and Gorillaz, the vocalist is pursuing a solitary, completely unique path.

Set to release his long-awaited debut album next year, Azekel has opted to unveil the record in a series of chapters, telling his story as the narrative progresses.

Chapter One deals with family, with responsibility, and with parenthood; 'Don't Wake The Babies' is as tender as they come, a piece of gossamer R&B that carries a slight jazz influence.

He explains: "'Don't Wake The Babies' is part of the first chapter of my album - (family), where I let loose on my thoughts and experiences being a young family man."

Intelligent, engrossing soul music with a defiantly modern feeling, 'Don't Wake The Babies' is the work of a truly individual voice, one that could dominate 2018.

Tune in now.

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