Why See Matisyahu?
Matisyahu's breakthrough came in 2006 with his album Youth. It wasn't just the music contained on the record which caused excitement, it was the singer himself - devout Hasidic Jews aren't too readily associated with reggae and rap music fusion. Since that breakthrough, Matisyahu has refined his genre-bending music over a further four studio albums, exploring themes of devotion and spirituality with a deftness of touch that has been fully embraced by the mainstream.
His latest record was last year's Akeda, which broke the Billboard Modern Rock Top Ten and received glowing notices from the critics. Catch Matisyahu performing material from Akeda, alonsgide older material such as King Without A Crown, One Day and Smash Lies, when he plays Grand Opera House in Wilmington, DE, Closed December 12, 2015
Performance date: 12 December 2015
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