South London’s Sasha Keable first burst onto the electronic music scene in 2013, when she lent her distinctive, soulful vocals to dance duo Disclosure’s ‘Voices’. Cutting her teeth on the live circuit supporting Katy B, she released her debut EP ‘Black Book’ that same year, and followed it up quickly with ‘Lemongrass and Limeleaves’. Sasha Keable might’ve been raised on a diet of heavy metal and hip-hop, but she quickly became infatuated with 80s pop. It shows in her music; propulsive, energetic, and instantly infectious.
Keable’s eclectic touch for songwriting soon caught the attention of well-known producer Dev Hynes - who will be producing her debut album - as well as Tinie Tempah, who signed her to his own record label.
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Levi’s recently caught up with Sasha Keable ahead of her gig at London’s KOKO to watch her own the venue – while wearing her Levi’s, of course. It’s just one of the living stories of how inspirers, creatives and adventurers all over the world live in their Levi’s. You can be part of the story, too, along with Sasha Keable, and fellow Levi’s wearers Jacques Greene and Mount Kimbie.
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