TriForce Strive To Show That Jazz Is Still Hip


From rhyme, rhythm, and real reason, South London’s TriForce has made a dent in today’s music and entertainment world. The dedication is no less than the best and putting in the effort to make it to the big leagues won’t be a surprise in this case. Do not forget that when you hear TriForce on the airwaves nationally or even internationally that we predicted the success.

The three piece collective specializes in hip hop, neo soul, jazz, and funk. The band is formed of Middlesex University jazz students Dominic Canning (keys), Ricco Komolafe (bass), and Benjamin Appiah (drums). The trio has only been together as TriForce for a year and has already played with the hip hop underground super group Baishe Kings and sold out Brixtons Hooternannys. They have also performed at world known venues such as Rich Mix. Five months into being formed that were asked to headline festivals.

TriForce’s currently working on their EP which will focus on promoting young talent in London. It’ll feature amazing young musicians, singers, and rappers. This will then be followed by videos to the EP which will be filmed by young directors as the trio gives them creative control. Their goals is to help jazz mix with other genres and make it more accessible to the youth of today in London. They strive to show the world jazz is still hip and not confined to jazz bars/clubs.


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