Not a fan of Irish chanting? Hip hop artists are changing St. Patrick’s Day

March 11, 2021
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March 11, 2021




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St Patrick’s day has become a worldwide celebration, but Ireland still beats all countries when it comes to being the centre of the party.



Traditional music, chanting, and Leprechaun hats everywhere is the image we all have when thinking about the celebration, but if that is not your style, we have just the right event for you to finally enjoy the party.



Jessie Reyez is getting together with friends as part of the Jameson Connects festival.



R&B Canadian singer released her album “Before Love Came to Kill Us” last year and has been conquering the world with a Grammy nomination for her EP ‘Being Human in Public’.





Her DJ and producer Junia-T is performing as her live DJ and also his hits from his debut album “Studio Monk”.




Showing new Irish talents, the line-up is completed by Zambian-Irish hip hop artist Denise Chaila, rapper Kojaque and performer Unorthodox Coolock.




Canadian singer Savannah Ré is also joining the party with her lyrics inspired by R&B artists like Mary J. Blige and Aaliyah.





We all miss going to gigs so we know you don't want to miss it, right?



The event is free registration here and will be streamed live on St. Patrick's day, 17th of March.



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