Tafari Hinds

Musician

Tafari Hinds was born and raised in Jamaica, where he had an early affinity for performing arts. He soon moved to London to pursue a career in modelling and to broaden his musical influences in a city that he had always loved. Hinds quickly excelled in modelling and graced the pages of GQ, GQ Style, AnOther Man, British Vogue, and i-D amongst many others. He also became Vivienne Westwood's muse, working with her in multiple campaigns and shoots. Hinds is a keen supporter of philanthropic endeavours including Vivienne Westwood's campaign against global warming, and Emma Watson's work with Fair Trade fashion brand People Tree.

Hinds features in the painting by Lorna May Wadsworth, A Last Supper, which depicts him as a black Jesus. In a show of solidarity with Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, the piece is prominently displayed at the historic St Albans Cathedral.

His debut single EIIR was released in 2017.

Tafari Hinds was born and raised in Jamaica, where he had an early affinity for performing arts. He soon moved to London to pursue a career in modelling and to broaden his musical influences in a city that he had always loved. Hinds quickly excelled in modelling and graced the pages of GQ, GQ Style, AnOther Man, British Vogue, and i-D amongst many others. He also became Vivienne Westwood's muse, working with her in multiple campaigns and shoots. Hinds is a keen supporter of philanthropic endeavours including Vivienne Westwood's campaign against global warming, and Emma Watson's work with Fair Trade fashion brand People Tree.

Hinds features in the painting by Lorna May Wadsworth, A Last Supper, which depicts him as a black Jesus. In a show of solidarity with Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement, the piece is prominently displayed at the historic St Albans Cathedral.

His debut single EIIR was released in 2017.

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