The super stylish Ester Rada and her clones release a playful video for her catchy “Life Happens” track. Loving the instrumentation on this.
Ester Rada’s phenomenal acoustic performance at The Slipper Room was well received by a diverse New York crowd. Accompanied by guitarist Nadav Peled, Rada created an intimate connection with the audience. Her unsurpassed energy, powerful voice, engaging storytelling, and rhythmic moves kept the crowd attentive, grooving to the beat, and requesting encores. Rada’s performance focused on her first self-written EP, Life Happens, which features hits such as, “Could It Be “. Ester Rada is definitely one to look out for.
If you missed her in New York, you can still catch her at SXSW in Austin, Texas :
March 14th – Flamingo Cantina – 11:00 pm-11:40pm
March 16th – The Stage on Sixth Patio – 09:00 pm – 09:40 pm
Join us tonight at The Slipper Room to witness the Israeli-Ethiopian singer, Ester Rada, in a special intimate, acoustic showcase before she flies to SXSW. She has already turned heads with Life Happens, her self-written solo EP produced by Kutiman (Thru-You) and Sabbo (Soulico). With influences such as Jill Scott, Nina Simone, and Erykah Badu, Rada brings a distinct voice to soul and we are thrilled to introduce her to New York.
Check out this live acoustic performance of “Could It Be“:
Soul-Funk-Ethio-Jazz-Groove-RnB singer Ester Rada is an artist we have been following for a long time. With influences from Nina Simone to Jill Scott and Erykah Badu, the Israeli-Ethiopian up-and-coming vocalist is bringing a new voice to soul and we are very excited to have her in New York!
Life Happens, her self-written and composed solo EP, produced by Kuti (Kutiman Thru-You) and Sabbo (Soulico):
Monday, March 11
Slipper Room – 167 Orchard St, New York, NY 10002
Doors: 10:00 PM
$10 Advance tickets here
Up and coming Israel based Ethiopian vocalist Ester Rada recently released a new track called “Life Happens.” The opening verse of the song definitely hints at some Erykah Badu vibes, which then quickly unfolds and lifts off into an upbeat tune somewhat reminiscent of VV Brown. Loving the Eastern string intstrumentation up in the mix as well!