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iluvlive London: July 2019


EVENT INFORMATION

Date: Monday 15th July 2019
Venue: Gigi’s Bar Hoxton, Hoxton Square, N1 6NU
Time: 7.30pm doors - 11pm
Tickets: £3
Host: Monikah Lee

 
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DAYASOUL

24-year-old singer-songwriter Dayasoul began singing at the age of 9. Born and raised in Islington and from Nigerian decent, Dayasoul found her voice in her Church choir. Singing soon became a talent which became life. Taking a traditional approach to singing, Dayasoul chose to study her craft - with self-taught daily, comprehensive vocal study and practice she developed her various vocal abilities and coined herself a “vocal gymnast”. Coupling this methodology with live performances and open mic nights, Dayasoul soon grew a loyal listening and fan base.

She endeavours to use the power of music and positivity to penetrate the very souls of all her listeners, leaving them feeling hope, love and inspiration to love.

 
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HARRY CRANE

Harry Crane is a 19 year old rapper hailing from North West London. Gaining inspiration from artists such as Goldlink, 50 cent and Aminé he has formulated his own unique sound, combining Lo-fi hip hop with Jazz. His first release came in 2017 where the lead single ‘Suave’ has amassed over 60k plays on Soundcloud. Since then he has performed at venues such as Rough Trade and Notting Hill Arts Club. As well as this, he released his second EP ‘Lifestyle’ with the lead single ‘Behave’ reaching over 100k plays. A lot of new music is on the way and the journey will sure be an exciting one. 

 
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MAY1

Rapper songwriter actor innovator from South London.

Taking a negative situation and turning it into a positive one. Making it from the pavement to the stage.

A man of great principles, I believe it’s vital we motivate the people around us we are only as strong as our weakest link.

 
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TOAOZAY

Toaozay, is a 21 year old east London artist. Toaozay has worked on a collaborative EP “Behind Every Great City” curated by Sian Anderson, at the end of 2018. Now she is working on her own projects.

MORE TO COME…