Introducing Tendekasha & His Dynamic Debut Studio Endeavour
by Brett Stuart
Melbourne, Australia - The rising independent reggae artist Tendekasha De Feat is preparing to release his eclectic debut effort, an album entitled ‘Inner Tune’ on April 30.
Recorded with a small budget in the scope of thirty days, the remarkable record exhibits Tendekasha’s natural talent as a singer, songwriter, and percussionist.
In 2017, the performer is set to tour Europe this coming summer.
Tendekasha De Feat, born Francisco Dos Passos Malheiros Dos Santos in Luanda, Angola, migrated to Portugal in 1977 as a war refugee.
In his youth, Tendekasha found solace in music, and through his father’s wide music collection, he versed himself in a diverse range of genres. In 1989, he moved to London.
During that time, Tendekasha continued expressing himself through his passion for singing and percussion.
For many years, Tendekasha struggled with war trauma from his early years in Angola.
His love of music, however, helped him overcome these adversities, and he has always derived great inspiration from Angolan and Jamaican revolutionary and traditional musicians.
Their music connected with Tendekasha, as they elegantly explored the strife of contemporary life in their home countries.
The album ‘Inner Tune’ introduces Tendekasha as one of the most compelling and vivid storytellers in the independent music scene.
His style of reggae harkens back to the golden era of the genre, evoking Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and the like. Tendekasha is releasing the single, ‘Poetic Justice,’which will be out March 31st to promote the album.
From May 20th,Tendekasha will tour Europe to promote his debut album in the following countries; Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, France, Germany, and England.
All of Tendekasha’s music is available on all major digital music platforms such as iTune, Spotify, AppleMusic and many more . Check out his new music videos on Youtube from April 30.
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