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Wesu Wallace

Wesu Wallace

One of team Will’s top picks at the Voice 2018 Wesu brings the richest vocals to each and every style of music thrown at him including Soul, Pop, Rock, R&B, Neo Jazz and reggae with a unique ability to reshape and recompose on the spot to suit the atmosphere.

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One of team Will’s top picks at the Voice 2018 Wesu brings the richest vocals to each and every style of music thrown at him including Soul, Pop, Rock, R&B, Neo Jazz and reggae with a unique ability to reshape and recompose on the spot to suit the atmosphere. A talented guitarist he has also evolved into a classy piano playing star.

Inspired by the likes of Stevie Wonder, John Legend, Brian McKnight, Alicia Keys, Maxwell and Michael Jackson, no one can deny the high standard of quality in this Afro-British musician. His ability to sing and play songs from such artistic legends has made him a fiercely demanded performer around the world as he travels.

He hails originally from Zimbabwe but is a child of the world.  Spending his teenage years in Barbados, Wesu has inherited the authentic ethnicity of Caribbean music and has found a way to smoothly mesh the Caribbean culture within his live music, which in turn has created a blurred line between genres for this incredibly talented artist. Opening for Simple Plan in Jamaica, Wesu it was almost as if he stole the show.

Wesu has been fortunate to have traveled many times to the United States of America doing the college circuit and again proving to be a highly appreciated and desired act, be it solo or otherwise. Spending six months in Qatar, Wesu has been able to raise the interest level on what was and still is Doha’s most exclusive top restaurant, “La Mer” located in the Ritz Carlton’s top floor. To deny that Wesu is an asset to any restaurant or bar looking to raise their attention, is to deny the sky is blue.

Spending three months performing in Western Australia, mainly Perth and its surrounding towns, Wesu has been able to break the cultural barriers that usually face performers in unfamiliar territories. These exploits do not diminish the standard that was already set in Barbados for places such as, The Cliff, The Hilton,The Crane and Sandy Lane to name a few. Despite not being in Barbados for a number of years, Wesu has still left a very positive mark of his brand and quality.

Wesu continues to perform and reinvent himself in the music industry to remain on top of the game. He is the real deal!!

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Repertoire

New York: Frank Sinatra
Wonderful World: Louis Armstrong
Georgia On My Mind: Ray Charles
Hit The Road Jack: Ray Charles
Overjoyed: Stevie Wonder
Lately: Stevie Wonder
Waiting In Vain: Bob Marley
Is this Love: Bob Marley
Come Together: The Beetles
Light My Fire: Jose Feliciano
I Feel Good: James Brown
Stand By Me: Ben E King
Give Me One Reason: Tracy Chapman
Yellow: Coldplay
Trouble: Coldplay
Kiss From A Rose: Seal
One Last Cry: Brian McKnight
Never Felt This Way: Brian McKnight
You Got It Bad: Usher
There Goes My Baby: Usher
Make Me Wanna: Usher
Ordinary People: John Legend
Let Me Love You: Mario
I Wish: Carl Thomas
I Believe I Can Fly: R. Kelly
Senorita: Justin Timberlake
Give Into Me: Michael Jackson
You Are Not Alone: Michael Jackson
Ascension: Maxwell
Whenever Wherever Whatever: Maxwell
Know These Things: Maxwell
Sweet Lady: Tyrese
You’re Just Too Good To Be True: Lauren Hill (remake)
Sweetest Thing: Lauren Hill

Like A Star: Coreen Bailey-Rae
Always Love You: Adele (The Cure)
Hello: Adele
Say Something: Great Big World
Location: Khalid
Stay With Me: Sam Smith
Not The Only One: Sam Smith
Let Me Love You: Justin Bieber
Without You: Usher
Every One Falls: Tory Lanez
All Of Me: John Legend
Used To Love You: John Legend
Best You’ve Ever Had: John Legend
What I Like: Bruno Mars
Shape Of You: Ed Sheeran

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