Hip hop he­roes hit up Air­lie Don’t miss ac­claimed musical artists on stage at Mag­nums Ho­tel

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL - Peter Carruthers Peter.Carruthers@news­re­gional­me­dia.com.au

AC­CLAIMED Aussie hip hop­per Seth Sen­try is on the road again and stop­ping in at the Whit­sun­days – tonight.

Off the back of his sell-out Play It Safe tour ear­lier this year, Sen­try is see­ing out 2017 by vis­it­ing a few of his favourite Aus­tralian des­ti­na­tions.

With new tracks like Petty and Play It Safe a sure bet to make the set list, fans will also be treated to a swag of old tunes from The Waiter Minute EP, This Was To­mor­row, and Strange New Past.

Of course the leg­endary Mel­bourne rap­per is sure to throw in a few sur­prises as well.

Sen­try’s tour­ing sched­ule has in­volved head­line shows around Aus­tralia as well as ap­pear­ances at nu­mer­ous fes­ti­vals such as Breath of Life, Fat As But­ter, Come To­gether, Sprung Fes­ti­val, Big Day Out, Home­bake, Hyper­fest, Groovin The Moo and Triple J’s One Night Stand.

Part of a huge dou­ble-header, Sen­try will team up with Realm City to get the vibe pump­ing at the Mag­nums board­walk.

Realm City is a project in­volv­ing North Queens­land MCs Rob­bie Gore (vo­cals/pro­ducer), Johnny Row (vo­cals) and Smi­zler (vo­cals/per­cus­sion).

Realm City are not new to the hip hop scene and have been in­volved with it in one way or an­other over the past few years.

Their songs have a very catchy hook along with some pow­er­ful lyrics and the great laid­back North

Sen­try is see­ing out 2017 by vis­it­ing a few of his favourite Aus­tralian des­ti­na­tions.

Queens­land sound.

Don’t miss this dou­ble act tonight at Mag­nums Ho­tel, Air­lie Beach.

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