Last night, singing sensation Bibi Bourelly blessed London with her presence in a truly electrifying Society Sessions show in celebration for the release of her debut project ‘Free The Real Pt. 1’. In front of an intimate but lit crowd at Bethnal Green’s Working Men’s Club, the German beauty commanded the stage with high energies, her silky smooth voice and the support of her band, who tore the house down.
The crowd more than reciprocated her energy when thunderous noise and applause as she touched upon songs from her recent release, ending her set with popular hit ‘Sally’, which probably gained the biggest pop of the night.
The evening was special for many reasons as a slew of notable faces lined up to see Bibi, while her support acts prepared us in the right way, with Connie Constance, Bobii Lewis and a debut solo performance from Tilla providing amazing levels of excitement. Amidst the madness of the night there was still room for cameos from Kojey Radical (who hopped on stage during Lewis’ set) and Little Simz, duetting a song with Bourelly.
Peep my photos from the night above and the next time Bibi Bourelly hits town, don’t sleep.
Photos by Yemi Abiade
Words by Yemi Abiade