Selah Sue, the Belgian singer and songwriter who has captivated the global stage with her distinctive voice and authentic expression, is coming to Belgrade as part of the Musicology Sessions concert series. The concert will take place on June 22nd, promising an evening filled with emotion, energy, and an unforgettable performance.

Despite her delicate and gentle appearance, with porcelain skin and blue eyes, Selah has always leaned towards “black” music and artists like Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and Meshell Ndegeocello. Her debut album achieved massive success worldwide, with standout hits such as “This World”, “Raggamuffin”, “Crazy Vibes”, and the duet with Cee Lo Green, “Please”. Selah will also present songs from her new and highly acclaimed album “Persona”, which has already won the hearts of fans around the globe.

Musicology continues to support young artists from Serbia this season, providing them with a platform to showcase their music. The opening act for Selah Sue will be the young singer-songwriter MISH, who combines hip-hop, jazz, and drum & bass.

With her album “Persona”, Selah Sue takes us on a journey through the various aspects of the human personality, exploring her own identity. The Belgian singer is on a mission to better understand herself through songs that are both honest and enlightening, marking a triumphant return after a break of several years. This album, which has already received numerous accolades, represents a fresh artistic beginning for Selah Sue while remaining a faithful reflection of her core expression.

Her music, which blends elements of soul, hip-hop, jazz, and R&B, touches the depths of the soul, simultaneously encouraging the audience to dance and introspect.

At the concert in Belgrade, Selah Sue will take us on a journey through her rich repertoire, bringing us the biggest hits from her previous albums, as well as new songs.

Date: June 22nd

Opening act (Musicology Showcase by LENOVO) – MISH 9 PM

MAIN ACT – SELAH SUE 10 PM

Kalemegdan Fortress, Trench near the Military Museum

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