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Examples of "ghostpoet"
Ghostpoet was featured on Massive Attack's song "Come Near Me", the B-side to "The Spoils".
Ghostpoet was among the nominees for the 2011 Mercury Prize. The winner of the prize, PJ Harvey, was announced on 6 September 2011.
Shedding Skin is the third album by British vocalist and musician Ghostpoet. The album was nominated for the 2015 Mercury Music Prize.
In June 2010, Ghostpoet released his first EP "The Sound of Strangers" on Brownswood Recordings and was later featured in The Guardian’s "New Band of the Day".
Cultural highlights ranged from Ghostpoet, Mount Kimbie and The Correspondents, to comedy and the screening of documentaries from around the world with BBC Four.
A launch party was held at the Cable club in London on 5 June 2009, featuring a live Kwesachu performance which included Micachu, Kwes, Dels and Ghostpoet.
Artists, past and present, include Ben Westbeech, Ghostpoet, José James, Mala, The Heritage Orchestra, Anushka, Gang Colours, Daymé Arocena, Yussef Kamaal, Shabaka and the Ancestors, Zara McFarlane.
Some Say I So I Say Light is the second studio album by British singer Ghostpoet. It was released on May 6, 2013.
In 2010 and 2011, the festival ran a spin-off winter festival Base, which was an international street art and music festival which in 2011 was headlined by Sleigh Bells and Ghostpoet.
The 2016 festival took place from 26 May to 5 June. Speakers were to include Natalie Bennett, Owen Jones, Ken Livingstone, and Roger Scruton. The music lineup will feature Ghostpoet, Fairport Convention, Gilles Peterson, C Duncan, Eska, and Tom Robinson.
The festival took place 29–30 July at Highams Hill Farm. In this year the festival expanded its site to include four stages and a capacity of 2,500. The line-up included; Mystery Jets, Public Service Broadcasting (band), The 2 Bears, and GhostPoet.
In 2013, Music Glue launched its direct-to-fan platform at The Great Escape Festival in Brighton, United Kingdom. By this time, Music Glue had worked with artists including Mumford and Sons, Gabrielle Aplin, Nina Nesbitt, Enter Shikari, Ben Howard, and Ghostpoet.
Each edition of "The Selector" includes a guest DJ mix and the show regularly features interviews and live sessions from top British talent. Previous guests include Tinie Tempah, Metronomy, Ghostpoet, Jessie Ware, Foreign Beggars, Egyptian Hip Hop, Chvches, Errors, Daughter, Smoke Fairies and Dog Is Dead.
The duo went on to tour the UK, culminating at Club NME at London's KOKO (venue), and played a string of live dates at festivals around Europe over the Summer. After supporting producer and multi-instrumentalist Jakwob on tour, 14th collaborated with him on his EP "The Prize", alongside artists including Ghostpoet, Kano, Mr Hudson and Roses Gabor.
Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam is the debut album of British singer and electronic producer Ghostpoet. It was released worldwide on 4 February 2011 on Gilles Peterson's label Brownswood Recordings. The album was shortlisted for the 2011 Mercury Prize, but lost to "Let England Shake" by PJ Harvey.
Obaro Ejimiwe (18 January 1983) is a British vocalist and musician better known by his stage name Ghostpoet. His first album, "Peanut Butter Blues & Melancholy Jam", was shortlisted for the 2011 Mercury Prize. He released his most recent album, "Shedding Skin", in 2015, and it was also nominated for the Mercury Music Prize, as was his second album.
In April 2012, the duo released their second collaborative mixtape, "Kwesachu Mixtape Vol.2", which features returning collaborators DELS and Ghostpoet, amongst many others. To mark its release, the duo performed a live music show with many of their collaborators on the 28th of April, 2012, at The Southbank Centre in London, UK.
Ghostpoet's second album "Some Say I So I Say Light" was released on 6 May 2013. The album was preceded by the single "MSI musmiD", made available as a free download from SoundCloud in late February. Ghostpoet premiered "Meltdown", the first single taken from his second album, on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show on 20 March 2013.
In 2012, Iceland Airwaves took place from October 31 to November 4. Sigur Rós headlined the 2012 edition which included For a Minor Reflection, Kwes, Ghostpoet, Dirty Projectors, The Vaccines, Doldrums, Half Moon Run, Blouse, BOY, Sóley, Retro Stefson, Prins Póló, Samaris, Sin Fang, GusGus, Mugison and Ólöf Arnalds. Django Django and Swans were both scheduled but were forced to cancel.
"The Spoils" is a single by British group Massive Attack, released on 29 July 2016. The song features Mazzy Star singer-songwriter Hope Sandoval, in what is her third collaboration with the band, after "Paradise Circus" from the album "Heligoland" (2010), and the non-album single "Four Walls" (2011). The b-side, "Come Near Me," features British musician Ghostpoet.