Hip-hop artist pays fly­ing visit

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Music -

FALL­ING in love with hip-hop mu­sic dur­ing high school is some­thing many teenagers do, but few take it to the next level.

For mu­si­cian L-Fresh the Lion, the genre cap­ti­vated him to the point that when he started per­form­ing hip-hop, he was hooked.

One of the up-and-com­ers in the Aus­tralian hip-hop scene, LFresh the Lion will be head­ing to the Fly by Night to awe the crowd with his stage pres­ence and lyrics.

He said he was look­ing for­ward to hit­ting the stage in Fre­man­tle.

“Last time I came here with my team we were blown away by the hos­pi­tal­ity of the lo­cal au­di­ence and they re­ally came out in num­bers to share a good time with us,” he said.

“It was one of the best shows on the tour and I feel com­fort­able com­ing back and am look­ing for­ward to the show.

“Our show is all about move­ment and we aim to make peo­ple move phys­i­cally, men­tally and spir­i­tu­ally.

“When you come to our show, you can ex­pect to have a re­ally great time but also you'll leave feel­ing up­lifted and pos­i­tive.”

L-Fresh the Lion, with support acts Mir­rah and MK-1, will per­form at the Fly by Night Club on Jan­uary 17.

Visit www.fly­bynight.org for more in­for­ma­tion and tick­ets.

Mu­si­cian L-Fresh the Lion.

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