Jamaican Reggae artist Tydal Kamau will performing live in South Africa touching down in Cape Town, Pretoria, Benoni, Bloemfontein and Johannesburg before rounding it off in Kenya. In Cape Town he will be performing at the grand opening of the Royal Ras Community Centre performing hits like Sweet Reggae Music, Street Life, Tell Dem Fi Farm, Babylon Can’t Get Away and more. The Somewhere in Africa Calling Tour is organised by Yard 1 Promote,
The Roots Reggae Warrior, real name Navardo Graham, better known as Tydal Kamau has his influences derived greatly from reggae icons, Buju Banton, Sizzla Kalonji, reggae legends Bob Marley and Peter Tosh. With such rooted inspirations, his obsession for music began to unfold and triggered his natural ability to put words and melodies together.
The release and distribution by VP Records of Tydal’s debut compilation Album titled Mission Incomplete quickly added more fuel to the journey of a young warrior. Mission Incomplete can be described as solid compilation of Tydal’s strongest songs up to 2014. It’s unique blend of Reggae/Dancehall music was featured in several magazines and charts worldwide. Tydal Kamau achieved favourable responses across Europe on some major reggae festivals such as Reggae Geel, Reggae Jam, Afro Latino Festival, Reggae Fever, etc when he promoted the Album in 2015 and 2016.
The pace and maturity of this fast rising talent was spotted by Ghetto Youths Int’l, a label owned by Stephen and Damian Marley who produced Babylon Cant’t Get Away. The artist also showcased his talent on local festivals such as Rebel Salute, Sting, St Mary Mi Come From and also was also warmly received upon his recent debut in Latin America where he made stops at Costa Rica; and now its Africa Time.