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Allday set to show talents at city gig tonight

UPCOMING MC: Adelaide rising star rapper Allday is bringing his fresh and unique rhymes to The Heritage Hotel tomorrow night.
UPCOMING MC: Adelaide rising star rapper Allday is bringing his fresh and unique rhymes to The Heritage Hotel tomorrow night. Contributed

ALLDAY is a 22-year-old rapper tearing up the Australian hip hop scene and the ARIA Charts with a fresh perspective, smooth melodies and a unique delivery.

Hailing from Blackwood, the home of Hilltop Hoods in Adelaide, and now based in Melbourne, Allday is blessed with an amazing honesty that is sweeping across Australia.

Allday's tunes grow from influences like soul music, indie rock and classic hip hop.

He's had a whirlwind year full of high rotation national radio airplay, performed to thousands of fans on his Right Now National Tour earlier this year and now Rockhampton will get the chance to see his talents up close tomorrow night at the Heritage Hotel.

Allday's performance marks just the beginning of an impressive list of national artists coming to the venue, including Spit Syndicate, Josh Wade and Bag Raiders.

See next week's Pulse for more info on these upcoming acts performing live in Rockhampton.

IF YOU GO

WHAT: Aussie rapper Allday live

WHEN: Tomorrow night, from 9pm

WHERE: The Heritage Hotel, 228 Quay St, Rockhampton

TICKETS: Go to oxtix.com.au Second release $28.60

Topics:  aria charts, hip hop, rapper



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