Javeon at Shoreditch HouseCultureMusicLive music
It is in a small room in Shoreditch House that Javeon takes the stage late on Tuesday evening. A small crowd has gathered in the cosily decorated space; people are relaxing on the couches and groups are chatting with drinks in their hands.
Javeon is a new name on the scene, with only a couple of songs to date: his debut album Mercy is to be released this summer. He fills the room with beat based electronic R&B, and the tunes are very catchy. Most of the tracks are new to the audience but he still manages to create the same rich vibes as in his known songs.
Javeon sings his songs with confidence and passion. At times his voice is not completely steady, but he compensates for this with strong tunes and the cosy environment. At one point he even makes pieces of a piano standing on the stage fall off, just by playing so hard.
The set is very short, only around 20 minutes long, including Give Up and Intoxicated, as well as some other songs from his upcoming album. The gig is long enough to give us a sample of what he has to offer, and leaves us wanting more.
Javeon is not 100% yet, but with his appealing songs and amazing voice he could go far. Keep your eye on this guy, he could be among the stars soon.
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Watch the first part of Javeon’s five piece video series here: