Recognised as one of the most globally celebrated stand up personalities, British-Congolese Eddie Kadi continues to dominate the world of comedy, reaching across cultures and continents and performing to huge crowds all over the world. His signature brand of brilliant, bold, high energy entertainment has won him an ever-growing international fanbase.
A tri-lingual star, Kadi has gathered a massive profile right across Africa, connecting with audiences through comedy, music, and travel. Notable achievements include creating and producing his own travel show which aired on Vox Africa in the UK, with the personal mandate of educating the African diaspora and showcasing cultures and destinations across the Continent. Kadi also curated and hosted PANAFROLINK, a PanAfrican global conversation platform in New York City, alongside NBA superstar Luol Deng, with guests including Ambassador Shabazz (Malcolm X’s daughter) and actor Damson Idris.
Kadi’s worldwide reputation has seen him host both the official red carpet show for BET International and BET Africa in Los Angeles, and Africa’s biggest international festival AFRONATION in Faro, Portugal. He has toured with one of Afrobeats’ biggest music superstars, Wizkid, hosted Australia’s First African Festival in Sydney and Melbourne, and presented the All African Music Awards (AFRIMA) alongside South African Pearl Thusi in Lagos, Nigeria. Kadi was also invited to host the Powernomics Show: a historic multi-state tour across the United States, featuring Lauryn Hill and Nas as headline acts, and further testament to Kadi’s presence within the music industry globally.
A regular speaker for TED, Kadi was selected to front TEDxEuston, hosting seminal talks and introducing community change-makers to the global stage, including Amadou Gallo Fall (President of NBA Africa), Madame Luisa Diogo (Prime Minister of Mozambique) and Zeinab Badawi (Sudanese-British television and radio journalist).
Additional stand up credits include his smash solo comedy entertainment format at London’s O2 Arena, as well as numerous sell out dates at The Indigo and Hackney Empire.