The East-London artist is on the road following the release of the deluxe edition of his recent album Universal Credit.
The album followed on from his critically acclaimed 2020 EP Bad Taste, which led to collaborations with the likes of Celeste, Jim-e Stack, Obongjayar and Vegyn. Since then has music was featured in season 4 of Top Boy and he picked up an AIM Award for Best Music Video last year.
Universal Credit similarly racked up a wave of critical support as it saw Jeshi engaging with the reality and honesty of how the most ignored and dehumanised in British society are viewed. The subsequent deluxe edition features the new track This Thing Of Ours as well as live performances and a remix of Protein featuring Obongjayar and Westside Boogie.
When does Jeshi headline at Manchester’s Deaf Institute?
Jeshi headlines at Manchester’s Deaf Institute on 24 March. The Manchester gig is one of seven dates he is performing across March and May:
15 March – Nottingham, Bodega
16 March – Bristol, Exchange
17 March – Glasgow, Attic Bar at The Garage
18 March – Leeds, Headrow House
23 March – Brighton, Patterns
24 March – Manchester, The Deaf Institute
26 May – London, Project 6 Festival