Daniel Caesar

Showbox & ReignCity Present:

Daniel Caesar

Snoh Aalegra

Fri, November 10, 2017

8:00 pm

The Crocodile

Seattle, WA

$16 Adv.

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This event is all ages

Daniel Caesar
Daniel Caesar
With each song, Daniel Caesar reaches out and makes a connection. His debut album, Freudian, which will be released on August 25, is no different. It is a compilation of melodies tied together to amplify the R&B singer’s distinct, soothing voice.

It’s a deep connection in the classic sense of R&B/Soul and its transcendent power to affect the very core of our existence. His voice, songwriting, and presence immediately elicit feeling, especially on the pair of 2017 singles “Blessed” and “We Find Love”—which The Fader praised as “Gorgeous.” They further unlock his world and usher in the arrival of his hotly anticipated full-length debut out this year.

That level of connectivity is becoming a tradition for the artist. With jarring gospel undertones, heart-tugging guitar chords, and soothing harmonious vocals, his 2014 debut effort, Praise Break, earned critical acclaim and would be ranked in the 20 Best R&B Albums of 2014 by Rolling Stone. Caesar's follow-up project, Pilgrim's Paradise, was met with even greater praise, subsequently capturing the attention of both the Canadian and international music markets.

Conveying moody anecdotes about life's most pertinent lessons - love, loss, faith, desire and determination, Caesar tells a coming-of-age tale that is not only relatable, but genuine. With raw talent and an unwavering mystic, layer by layer, Daniel Caesar is writing a melodic story rooted in his authentic self — a story that has only just begun.
Snoh Aalegra
Snoh Aalegra
Snoh Aalegra is a singer-songwriter from Sweden. She is apart of the Artium family and works under the wings of music producer No ID.

Snoh Aalegra was only 9 years old when she started singing and writing songs all by her self, behind the closed doors of her bedroom. She loved to perform her music and would take any opportunity to show of her talent, whether it was for her classmates at school or family gatherings at home. She even won a local talent show in her Swedish hometown, performing one of the first songs she ever wrote. Despite her young age, she felt that music played a very significant role in her life and she decided to pursue it all the way. At 14 she did her first signing to a major music publishing company and spent majority of her weekends and after school hours in the studio. A lot has happened since then and the road has been very rocky going through the same growing pains most people do in the music industry is in fact what brought her to where she is today.

For the past two years she has been working very closely with music producer No ID. Together they have developed a very specific and unique sound. Her raspy and soul driven vocals are a perfect marriage with the No ID production that borrows elements from a lot of different genres and tie them all together in a true hip hop spirit.
Venue Information:
The Crocodile
2200 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA, 98121
http://www.thecrocodile.com/