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E. Waisglass

E. Waisglass

29.01.2011

DK Ibomeka

Published in Artist Biographies

At six foot seven, DK Ibomeka (pronounced ee-bo-MECK-ah) has a towering stage presence and a voice to match. Musicians and industry insiders are calling DK Ibomeka one of the best new voices in years, with a three-octave range informed by the clarity and vibrancy of Ella Fitzgerald, the soulfulness of Ray Charles, and the deep, rich bass of Joe Williams.

The son of Nigerian immigrants to Canada, DK Ibomeka’s musical aspirations began when he thought he was heading for medical school. …