Bigg Shake and The Keep It Movin’ (K.I.M.) band
Opening Act: Friday, July 14
The Keep It Movin’ K.I.M. band includes producer and songwriter Sheku Bannister, Etta McKinley, Monic Marquez, Malik Sanders and Robert Virgil. Hype man Terry Liggins and Rony Sieperda. In February of 2023 the K.I.M. album was released on all music streaming platforms. We wanna encourage our listeners to Keep It Movin towards fill in the blank …. God, Family, Education, Athletics, innovation, community, creativity, equality…
If you care about it, then be about it! Sheku dedicate the Keep It Movin’ album to his late sister Kim, who passed away from heart disease in 2016. Kim was a prayer warrior and her positivity was contagious. We want to raise awareness for health and well being.
Bigg Shake AKA Sheku
Sheku (a.k.a. Bigg Shake) is a West African raised in East Palo Alto, California and influenced by the era of music creators in his city like E-40, Tupac, Mc Hammer, Master P, CeCe Winans, Kirk Franklin, and Donnie McClurkin. Music has always played a major part in Sheku’s life by giving him the freedom to express himself in a positive and creative way. Being true to himself and learning how to navigate through life’s journeys, Sheku feels the power of music, and his soul is at peace when immersed in tunes or rhythms.
Etta is a young singer, songwriter, musical theatre performer, and activist based in Sioux Falls. She attended The American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC in 2021. Over the years she has been very active in her community – from protests, to theatre shows, and performing gigs in her free time. You may have seen her this past year performing with The Good Night Theatre Collective. She has recently created an organization with her co-founder Jenna called “Annoyed black girls” where she and Jenna shed light on current day issues.
Bigg Shake and The Keep It Movin’ (K.I.M.) band will be opening for Dee-1 on Friday, July 14.
Schedule of the night includes:
7:00pm Music Starts
Opener: Bigg Shake and The Keep It Movin’ (K.I.M.) band