Sadiki was born in Trinidad so he LOVES Indian food and I grew up in Queens and have grown quite fond of it as well. A good friend of ours hosts a lot of high-end Indian weddings. When he suggested that we learn a few Hindi tunes and perform them during the cocktail hour of Indian weddings, we were happy to do so. What do you think?
We occasionally perform for weekend jazz brunches at a few restaurants. If you’re ever in the mood for some jazz with your food, check out our calendar and pay us a visit. Here’s a sample of what you’ve been missing.
We’ve only been performing together for four years but it’s been quite a journey. This video of us at one of our very first shows has a special place in our hearts. There are no gowns or fedoras but seeds aren’t much to look at either. 😉
We spent Sadiki’s birthday weekend scouting a Bond-like location for a photo shoot. The weather didn’t exactly cooperate for the first few days but eventually, we got the shots we needed. We can’t wait to show them to you but until then, use your imagination! 🙂
Alakija Photography Studios caught us having a little fun on the dance floor after we performed at a wedding. Good thing he didn’t show you Sadiki stepping all over my feet! 🙂
Prince is one of those artists whose legacy will endure and we’re sure to do our small part by sneaking one of his classics into every event we perform for. This one seems to be everyone’s favorite right now.
Thank you Mr. Nelson for your inspiration. You are loved.
Only Lotte New York Palace would have a guest that casually takes this picture with his phone!!!
Last summer, we opened for a gala at Lincoln Center and then some guy named Sting performed after us. He wasn’t bad either! 😉
These lovebirds met online a few years ago so they had us change the lyrics to their favorite Ed Sheeran song. In return, we had them come up with some cute choreography for their First Dance. Thanks again Ying and Rick for allowing us to be part of your beautiful wedding!
Nope. Just a windy day with the sun in our face! 🙂