The Mauvey and Friends Tour 2022
Wed 18th May 2022 Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:30pm (Showtimes Approx)
£10 Adv / £12 Door
Born in Ghana, West Africa, and raised between the U.K. and Vancouver, Canada, artist and songwriter, Mauvey, filters his unique batch of alternative pop music with hip hop, R&B/soul always alongside his message: Love. “My message will always be Love” says Mauvey, who has designed his projects to distribute Love through the creative narratives of intentional songwriting, intelligent melody, and hypnotic beat.

Mauvey has been influenced by artists like Michael Jackson, Kanye West, Oumou Sangaré, Prince, Childish Gambino, Labrinth, NAO, The Weeknd, and Andre 3000, as he goes on to state: "I am inspired by artists who made contributions so significant that they or their music will never be forgotten”.

A passionate Mauvey says, "If my entire music career is a giant book about the rigours of Love, the ups, the downs, the highs and the complicated lows, I'd have done my job of distributing Love", he goes on to say, "I want to be clear about what I'm talking, singing and rapping about - no games - I don't know everything, but I know that Love is everything, there's no better subject.”

This Spring 2021, Mauvey proudly signed with the fiercely independent Canadian label, 604 Records.

Mauvey has been well supported by Huw Stephens and Gemma Bradley’s BBC Music Introducing on Radio 1, including being Mercury Prize  nominee Georgia’s ‘pick’. In May 2021, Mauvey took part in BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend performing his track ‘Pillow’ live with artist and friend, Lloren. Mauvey has gained backing from Jamz Supernova on Selector Radio (British Arts Council). In Summer 2020, Mauvey was awarded by the MOBO Help Musicians Fund.

‘The singer-rapper-songwriter is a breath of fresh air with his unforgettable authenticity projected in his music.’ - Notion Magazine

Mauvey's powerful lyrical content is unashamed, he isn't perfect, and he's not trying to be. Love is his mission, not just words in songs. The themes are not always black and white, at times, they’re a bit Mauvey.