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Yam Boy

Yam Boy

Yam Boy


Yam Boy (Nikesh Shukla) is an author, song-writer and Saved By the Bell enthusiast caught between the cityscapes of Bombay and the low-swinging chariots of London. His writing has been featured on BBC2, Radio 1 and 4, Resonance fm, Tell Tales and Transmission Magazine. He has performed at Royal Festival Hall, Apples and Snakes, Soho Theatre, The Big Chill, Rise Festival, The London Mela and Glastonbury. He has travelled to America Europe India and Africa to Read more on Last.fm
Yam Boy (Nikesh Shukla) is an author, song-writer and Saved By the Bell enthusiast caught between the cityscapes of Bombay and the low-swinging chariots of London. His writing has been featured on BBC2, Radio 1 and 4, Resonance fm, Tell Tales and Transmission Magazine. He has performed at Royal Festival Hall, Apples and Snakes, Soho Theatre, The Big Chill, Rise Festival, The London Mela and Glastonbury. He has travelled to America Europe India and Africa to perform and read his words.

He recently completed his first book, I've Forgotten My Mantra, as well as a full-length novel. He records under the name Yam Boy. He plays guitar and mandolin. He recently spent a year in Kenya, where he produced a solo folk album, tentatively titled 'Superheroic' as well as an Arts Council-commissioned book of poetry. ..Barely restrained, simmering anger and fiercely intelligent polemic....

Hip Hop Connection ..Either a car crash or an inspired work of genius... Eastern Eye ..A blend of intense rapping, poetical social commentary, and Indian classicism... Undercover Magazine. 'Beautiful soundscapes and prescient musings' Metro Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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