Young and talented cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason made waves over the weekend with a very stunning and enjoyable performance at the royal wedding ceremony of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Born to a Sierra Leonean mother and an Antiguan father, Kanneh-Mason disclosed Meghan Markle personally phoned him to ask him to perform at the wedding.
In a video shared on his personal Twitter page on Monday, May 21, Kanneh-Mason revealed one of his biggest musical inspirations was reggae legend, Bob Marley.
“A lot of you have been asking who my musician inspirations are and I have to say, the great @bobmarley (Bob Marley) has been a huge influence to me.” He captioned his post.
Take a look at his classic rendition of Bob Marley’s hit single “No Woman No Cry”. He definitely nailed it!
A lot of you have been asking who my musician inspirations are and I have to say, the great @bobmarley has been a huge influence to me.
I recently arranged one of his tracks for my album – I hope you enjoy it! pic.twitter.com/iV1yE8V4vG
— Sheku Kanneh-Mason (@ShekuKM) May 21, 2018