(Djembe Drums & Spoken Word)
Heru Hailstones is the youngest son of Asheber and has been born into the Roots Renaissance Movement.
He first joined his father on stage at the age of 1 and at 13 has ‘paid his dues’ and become an integral part of the collective.
His voice was first heared on the intro to his fathers tribute with IG Culture to the great Gil Scott Heron “The Revolution Will Not Be Tell Lie Vised” on the Shanghai Soul Album
Recently he appears on the Afrikan Revolution track “Crossroads” currently doing the rounds on Natty’s Vibes & Pressure Compilation
Heru has run childrens and parents Djembe Drumming workshops at the world renowned cultural venue the Tabernacle in Notting Hill, West London, and regularly played with is group Heru’s Junior Jam at local community events and celebrations.
He has done over 100 gigs and already becoming a veteran, actively and regularly working both in the arenas of Performance and Education
As well as working with his Father’s Collectives, Got2Remember & Afrikan Revolution he has also worked with Akala’s Hip Hop Shakespeare Company, Baba Adesose Wallace, RU1 Fam, Natty and many more
Heru’s recent Warm Up Session on SBTV (see videos) is making waves and has gained a lot of positive feedback. He also received the public backing of both artist Kingsley (Akala) Daley and entrepreneur Jamaal Edwards of SBTV.
13 and rising, stay tuned for more inspirational and positive word sound power The future is bright and remember #ittakesavillage #walklikeanelephant