Salamay Debut Headline Show: Roll Call


The Sound House

Early Show

Afrobeats, Early Show, Emerging talent, Hip Hop, Irish acts, Local talent, R&B,

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Nigerian-born artist Salamay made a name for himself at the end of 2021 with his thought provoking EP called 'E. P.' (Enemy of Progress). One of the tracks earning a No. 2 position on District Magazine's 'Top Ten Tracks’. Coming off festivals last year, one of his most recent releases, 'Stress Out My Mind' landed him on Spotify's 'New Music Friday UK' and saw him earn a spot on the cover of Spotify’s hugely popular Fresh Finds UK & IE playlist. An Ireland Music Week Showcase 2022 Artist and having been selected to perform for 'Three City Stages' in Dublin, Salamay’s been working on his upcoming project which he plans on showcasing during his debut Headline Show. ROLL CALL; this is an introduction to the present story of Salamay. Being that it’s my first Headline Show, it’s going to be a memorable one.

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Strictly Over 18s | ROAR | ID Required | No Refunds

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