Superjazzclub is a Ghanaian creative collective that is redefining what it means to make jazz music in the modern era. The group is made up of artists/producers/filmmakers and DJs, BiQo, Øbed, Seyyoh, Tano Jackson, Oliver Nortt, Gloriiia Denniiis, Joeyturks, Ansah Live and Anthony Orleans-Lindsay. Their music is a brilliant fusion of traditional Ghanaian rhythms and contemporary jazz styles. Their latest single Wicked is a tale about their ascent and growth in the industry using modernistic production.
What sets Superjazzclub apart is their ability to seamlessly blend different genres and styles, creating a sound that is both fresh and familiar at the same time. Their music is always evolving and expanding, incorporating elements of funk, soul, and even electronic music to create a sound that is uniquely their own.
In addition to their musical talents, Superjazzclub is also a dynamic and engaging live act. Their performances are a high-energy celebration of music and culture, with each member bringing their unique style and personality to the stage. Whether you’re a jazz aficionado or simply a lover of great music, a Superjazzclub concert is an experience that you won’t soon forget.
In 2019, they debuted their first song together: Couple Black Kids — an anthemic and confident debut that encapsulates the essence of what it means to be Young and Black. Fast-forward to 2020, the team released singles and projects like Bordeaux, Cellular, What You Want, and For All The Good Times. Last year, they dropped the first installation of their ACT series which consisted of the tracks Back to Kids and MAD.
But Superjazzclub is more than just a group of musicians. They are a cultural force in Ghana, using their music to promote unity, positivity, and social change. They are passionate about their community and about sharing their music with the world, and their dedication to their craft and their message is truly inspiring. If you haven’t yet discovered the music of Superjazzclub, you’re in for a treat – they are a truly exceptional collective that is changing the face of jazz music in Ghana and beyond. They currently have tickets out for their first Headline show in London happening May 18, do well to cop some if you’re in London or its environs. Listen to their new single Wicked here