Sirreal will perform Friday

Comox-born hip-hop artist returns to Valley

Friday show at the Avalanche

Sirreal is an original hip-hop artist bringing hard-hitting beats and lyrical talent to every performance. As an entertainer Sirreal knows how much hard work and dedication it takes to be one of Vancouver Island’s best.

Born in Comox, B.C. and currently holding it down for Nanaimo, this hip-hop phenomenon takes full advantage of today’s technology wrangling his army of fans via internet, music videos, albums, concert promotions and constant hustle. Just like the music industry, the life of this rising star has not been easy. Devastated by the untimely death of both his father and older brother, Sirreal learned to stand as a man conquering his demons of addiction and poverty.

Now, instead of drugs, Sirreal boldly laces his lyrics with the die-hard truths of reality and its consequences whether they be positive or negative.

Sirreal’s musical style bridges all genres of music by blending truthful hard-hitting lyrics with a live touring stage band by the name of Blue Satellite. A perfect fit for any lineup, you may be surprised at what these guys can do.

Sirreal’s reputation precedes him. He continues to shine with over 200 shows all over B.C. and Alberta. Opening for such artists as Tech Nine, Madchild B Real of Cypress Hill, Bif Naked, Daniel Wesley, Moka Only and Juno Award-winning rap artist Belly, just to name a few.

With great determination and gratitude, Sirreal’s “Self Centred” album has been released independently and has sold 1,200 physical copies as well as 1,000 digital sales to date.

If you haven’t heard him yet, now is your chance to give one of Vancouver Island’s finest a listen. Having recently linked up with his live band Blue Satellite; Sirreal’s stage show has definitely taken it to another level.

Tickets for Sirreal’s April 24 show at the Avalanche Bar & Grill are $10 in advance, and on sale now at Bop City Records, the Avalanche Bar and online at ticketzone.com and eventbrite.com

The cost is $15 at the door.

 

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