With a name synonymous to the djembe music and culture in Singapore, he needs no other introduction. Having studied directly under and certified by one of the grandmasters of the djembe in Africa, Kelvin is the one link between the true music of West Africa and the soils of Singapore. Off the djembe, he is not, at all, handicapped. Having played and perform many various kinds of percussion instruments in many different kinds of band and setup, music is truly in his heart and soul. He is also the owner and founder of Lila Drums, the only West African drum school in Southeast Asia Fanka Fellas spells a sound that is eclectic, drawing influence from the individual tastes of it's musicians. Handpicked by Kelvin Kew during the formative years, these are the guys that are responsible for a lot of feets tapping and heads bobbing. And as the relationship between them improves, so does the magic that emanates from their drums. Needless to say, as the premiere djembe band in Asia, the djembe has to be the central figure as far as the music is concerned. But it is how the djembe is fused and blended with the other modern sounds and genres of today that keeps people coming back for more. In short, it is not just about hearing music. It is about experiencing the sound.