Lack of Afro

Adam Gibbons is one of the most talented and prolific artists in the world of alternative dance music today. Recording under various guises, Adam first found acclaim as Lack of Afro back in 2006.

This musical troubadour has now released eight Lack of Afro albums and produced, remixed or mixed tracks by a total of 70 (and counting) different artists.

Lack of Afro continues to go from strength to strength. 2016’s Hello Baby picked up a BBC 6 Music ‘Album Of The Year’ nomination and appeared in the Top 10 of the iTunes R&B / Soul chart in 21 countries worldwide. And his music continues to be used across all aspects of film & TV by networks such as ABC, Fox, NBC, Sony Pictures & the BBC.

Lack of Afro – Jack of All Trades

Never one to be constrained by musical genres, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer Adam Gibbons (aka Lack of Afro) took it up several notches with his sixth studio album Jack of All Trades, a multi-genre tour de force that combines soul, funk, hip-hop, disco, rock and everything in-between, all wrapped up in his signature chunky production to create arguably his finest work to date.

The album is blessed with some incredible vocal performances. Regular collaborator Elliott Cole, Nick Corbin (formally of New Street Adventure), Ed Martin (formerly of I Am Giant), Wax & Herbal T, Alyssa Marie, Camila Recchio, Juliette Ashby and Emma Noble are all on scintillating form on an album that’s crammed full of infectious hooks, top musicianship, and more importantly, vibe by the bucketload!


Classic soul (Back To The Day, Reach Out), hip-hop (Back In Business, Take It Up A Notch), disco (Only You & Me), rock (Over & Out), modern soul (Baby Be Mine), folk (Home) and a healthy dose of funk (The Messin’ Around Intermission, Good Love), all combine to create an album that is stuffed with gorgeous phonic gems of all varieties and represents a definite step up from anything he has done before.

Packed full of beautiful horns and lush strings (and all recorded onto tape through a 1970’s mixing desk), Jack of All Trades is Adam doing what he does best and then some – blending the old and new to come up with a crossover classic that’s entirely his own, whilst all the while ensuring that the songwriting takes centre stage.

Adam’s music continues to be in high demand across all aspects of film & TV by networks such as ABC, Fox, NBC, Sony Pictures & the BBC.

His debut album Press On (2007) has been given ‘classic’ status by Future Music Magazine.