Watch Joy Crookes ‘Trouble’ Performance at ‘Street Party Session’

Afoma Andrea

By Afoma Andrea

Afoma Andrea

22 Oct 2021

Joy Crookes is the latest artist to grace the iconic London’s Printworks as she unveils her Street Party Session.

Featuring a short medley of her latest tracks from new album ‘Skin’, listeners are in for a treat! Stepping out with a full band, the unique rendition of ‘Trouble’ and ‘When You Were Mine‘ is exhilarting. Joy’s blend of evocative storytelling and smokey vocals invoke elements of raw soulfulness that radiate seamlessly throughout the buttery sequence.

Speaking on the feature, Joy Crookes explains: “Collaborating with Ted Baker across the creative for this performance was really special. Live performances are something we’ve all missed, so it felt amazing to be back on stage and bring this performance to life with such a legendary brand.”

Central to Street Party Sessions is Ted Baker’s partnership with gender equality initiative Keychange and support for underrepresented UK artists and innovators. Through sponsoring the Keychange programme, Ted Baker champions emerging women and gender minority artists and innovators from Keychange’s talent development programme, offering store space for live shows and allowing upcoming talent to share their stories with new, wider audiences.

The Ted Baker party sessions are taking place throughout October with artists to perform on stage in collaboration with the Autumn 21 collection. British duo Jungle were the first to perform their track followed by British rock-pop band Bastille and Little Simz. The final street party session from Alicai Harley debuts next week.