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Jeshi has been creating an enviable legacy of work. Arriving in May of 2022, Jeshi shared his ‘era-defining’ debut album ‘Universal Credit’ with the world. Incredibly multidimensional, ‘Universal Credit’ was searing, personal, relatable & humorous. Wowing critics and fans alike it had an undeniable impact.

Jeshi has also collaborated with some of the hottest names in music including Sad Night Dynamite, Celeste, Jim-e Stack, Westside Boogie, Ray Laurel, Obongjayar & Vegyn. His music has secured support from fashion, music and culture press alike, including: Hypebeast, Metal Magazine, Dazed, The Guardian, 10 Magazine, The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, The Face, i-D, Huck, Line Of Best Fit, MixMag, DIY, The Independent, Complex UK, The Fader, British GQ, British Vogue, MixMag, Clash Magazine & Pitchfork

Boasting a relentless work, with a touring schedule of an 80s rock band Jeshi has stunned festival crowds at Glastonbury, Project 6, We Love Green, Outbreak, Reeperbahn Fest, Dour, Midi, Latitude, Luzern Live, Sundown & Warehouse Project’s Repercussions. He also managed to fit in playing his first headline show in Tokyo and time to front campaigns with Nike Air Max and Dr. Martens

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