Meet our latest music crush: British-Nigerian artist, music producer and singer songwriter, Tony Njoku.
Best known for his music, Tony expertly fuses elements of soul and electronic music to craft his distinct sound, often loaded with synthesizers and punctuated by sparse piano. Music that challenges and inspires, each song is a unique soundscape taking the listener on their own journey.
Tony’s work draws from a wide range of influences, from musicians such as Björk (“I think her work is phenomenal”) and Thom Yorke, to visual artists like James Turrell and Olafur Eliasson (whose work was a huge inspiration behind Tony’s album, ‘Your Psyche’s Rainbow Panorama’).
Although born in Lagos, Tony has lived in London since he was a teen – a city he loves for its creativity, allowing him to explore and express himself in a way that other cities can’t. As such a creative force, we were keen to find out one of Tony’s favourite places in London…
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