Belgian singer Selah Sue and Montreux go back a while. In 2011, when she released her first album full of teenage angst and irresistible soul, funk and reggae melodies, she played a concert at the Montreux Jazz Café. She captivated the crowded room with songs such as “Raggamuffin”, influenced by Erykah Badu, Lauryn Hill and M.I.A. Three years later, she was back to play the Montreux Jazz Lab. After her rapid rise, which included working with Patrice, Cee-Lo Green and Prince, Selah Sue took a break from performing in 2017 to spend time with her son. Now she wants to go back to her roots, playing small, intimate venues. Her third concert at the Festival will therefore be in the refined atmosphere of the Montreux Jazz Club, where she will play an acoustic set with all the purity and honesty that we know and love.