Keziah Jones, whose real name Sanyaolu Olufemi, was born on 1st
October 1968 in Lagos (Nigeria). His family moved to England while
still a child. He took his first music lessons at the age of thirteen
learning the piano and guitar. In the early ninety-ten, he played
his compositions in the Paris Metro for a living. There he was
noticed by a manager of a record company who offered him to sign
a contract. In 1992, he released his first album "Blufunk
Is A Fact". The blufunk is the name of the musical style
that Keziah Jones has created a mixture of funk, soul and blues.
The title "Rhythm Is Love" event a huge success and
launched the career of Keziah Jones. Thereafter, he released two
albums, "African Space Craft" and "Liquid Sunshine"
that will know less successful and it was not until 2003 and the
publication of "Black Orpheus" to find a Keziah Jones
in top form. In 2008 for his fifth studio album ( "Nigerian
Wood"), Keziah Jones resumed revenue that made him a unique
artist to deliver thirteen tracks elegant and effective.