This October Stodoła will become a paradise for hip-hop, reggae and dancehall lovers, when Grubson and Jamal enter the stage. Both artists have already given concerts at Stodola, but not together. While Grubson visited our club in 2012 and 2011, it has been four years since Jamal’s last gig.
Grubson has been playing since the ‘90s, he started as an event organiser in his hometown – Rybnik. Since the very beginning, he had also been working as his own producer. In 2003 Grubson issued his illegal album N.O.C, but he gained wider recognition in 2007, thanks to a guest appearance on the album Kodex. His official CD Coś więcej niż muzyka published by the MaxFloRec Production in 2011 went like hot cakes and immediately became platinum. Since 2012 Grubson has been cooperating with DJ BRK and their album Gruby Brzuch has turned out to be one of the most successful records of the year in Poland.
Two polish rappers Łukasz Borowiecki and Tomasz Mioduszewski created the band Jamal in the late 1990s. Since then, they have been trying to find their own style in different music genres – starting obviously with hip-hop, through reggae, ska, ragga, and punk, reaching even for hard core. In 2005 the group gained interest of the record company Pomaton EMI, which resulted in their first album Rewolucje issued the same year. It got a lot of publicity not only in Poland, but also abroad, which led to a cooperation with the British band, Mattafix. Since 2008 Jamal have been using real instruments over sound systems and they have been playing gigs with jazz musicians. The artists are currently working on their newest album, which is due to be released this spring.
Tickets on presale: 45 pln., on the concert day: 52 pln.
Available at the box office in Stodola Club (Warszawa, ul. Batorego 10);
Internet sale: www.stodola.pl