Ady Suleiman was born and raised in the historic city of Grantham, England. He's an example of how lucky it is to be born in a house with a lot of music. His father's record collection was eclectic and it influenced him from an early age, with names like Jimi Hendrix exerting a huge fascination over young Ady. It wasn't long before his artistic sensibility was established in territories such as R&B, jazz, reggae and soul. At the age of 14, he was already writing his own songs and the concerts followed shortly after at the University of Liverpool. But the decision to take music more seriously only came after he finished school, after realizing that there was a soul scene boiling right around him. Ady's success started out locally but it quickly broke out after winning the Breakthrough Act of the Year at Gilles Peterson's Worldwide Awards. One of the most immediate consequences following this award was to sign for Sony. Shortly thereafter, Ady began to suffer from depression and axiety, problems that would later influence his increasingly honest and skin-tightening lyrics. This and other personal experiences are precisely the basis for this debut album "Memories", released in 2018, produced by himself with the precious help of names like Eric Appapolay and Grades. "Strange Roses" is one of his latest hit singles and you won't want to miss it next Super Bock in Stock.