Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami

LA Salami’s journey of self-discovery is one that extends far beyond music. Born Lookman Adekunle Salami in Peckham, to a Nigerian mother and absent father, various circumstances meant he spent the first few years of his childhood in a foster home. This feeling of being an outsider permeates his creative output, whether that’s music or the prints he produces alongside.

Working with a vastly expanded sonic palette, Ottoline finds Lookman looking to some of the modern titans of rap for inspiration, Kanye West, Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Whereas previous releases have leant towards a more folk-lead sound, Ottoline is brimming with boundless creativity and experimentation and is certain to cement L.A Salami as one of the UK’s most fascinating independent artists.

An inquisitive, intellectual approach is evident throughout Ottoline, an album that finds an artist at the top of his game, forgoing all genre-based boundaries whilst looking at, documenting and evaluating the world around him from a truly unique creative perspective.

LA Salami

Ottoline

Sunday Best
Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
LPx2 +

£32.99

Double Vinyl Cut at 45RPM.

Orange
Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SBESTLP91O

Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
LPx2

£34.99

Double Vinyl Cut at 45RPM.

Yellow
Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SBESTLP91Y

Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
CD

£12.99

Digisleeve

Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SBESTCD91

LA Salami

Ottoline

Sunday Best
Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
LPx2 +

£32.99

Double Vinyl Cut at 45RPM.

Orange
Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SBESTLP91O

Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
LPx2

£34.99

Double Vinyl Cut at 45RPM.

Yellow
Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SBESTLP91Y

Album artwork for Ottoline by LA Salami
CD

£12.99

Digisleeve

Released 14/10/2022Catalogue Number

SBESTCD91

LA Salami’s journey of self-discovery is one that extends far beyond music. Born Lookman Adekunle Salami in Peckham, to a Nigerian mother and absent father, various circumstances meant he spent the first few years of his childhood in a foster home. This feeling of being an outsider permeates his creative output, whether that’s music or the prints he produces alongside.

Working with a vastly expanded sonic palette, Ottoline finds Lookman looking to some of the modern titans of rap for inspiration, Kanye West, Drake and Kendrick Lamar. Whereas previous releases have leant towards a more folk-lead sound, Ottoline is brimming with boundless creativity and experimentation and is certain to cement L.A Salami as one of the UK’s most fascinating independent artists.

An inquisitive, intellectual approach is evident throughout Ottoline, an album that finds an artist at the top of his game, forgoing all genre-based boundaries whilst looking at, documenting and evaluating the world around him from a truly unique creative perspective.