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Published on December 16th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor


SirReal Releases Music Video For “How Many More” feat. Raymond Salgado

Nanaimo, BC hip-hop artist SirReal has released his new music video for “How Many More” feat. Raymond Salgado online. The heartfelt track tackles the tough topic of addiction, depression and anxiety in Canada. Suicide is the ninth leading cause of death in Canada and the second leading cause for youth age 10-19-years of age and opioid overdose death has claimed more than 13,000 lives in Canada since 2016. The song and video pay tribute to loved ones and family that were lost far too young. WATCH THE VIDEO BELOW!

Sirreal is an original hip-hop artist bringing hard-hitting beats and lyrical talent to every performance. Sirreal believes in a world where a connection can be the antidote to death, depression and anxiety. For him, what drives connection is music. Music is the medicine that has been around for longer than any of the prescribed vaccines, antidepressants or painkillers that we see today. Devastated by the untimely death of both his father and older brother, Sirreal learned to stand as a man conquering his demons of addiction and poverty. Sirreal boldly laces his lyrics with the die-hard truths of reality and its consequences whether they be positive or negative. Sirreal’s musical style bridges all genres of music by blending truthful hard-hitting lyrics with a live touring stage band by the name of Blue Satellite. SirReal’s hustle and determination to spread his message of hip-hop positivity has lead him to perform shows with  Tech N9ne, Classified, Royce Da 5”9, Bone Thugs N Harmony, and T.I.

SirReal recently won the Sunrise Records nationwide talent contest that saw his new album  “Self Centred” released across the chain’s 88 retail locations in Canada. The album has since gone on to independently sell more than 2,000 units in an era where music sales are virtually non-existent. He has a large social media following on Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram and a robust Youtube channel with nearly 250,000 views. He does a weekly live stream called “Lower Case Thursdays” with his 9-year old son that regularly sees 800-1000 viewers every week for so far 50 weeks.

To learn more about suicide prevention, or if you are feeling depressed and are in need of help please call the Vancouver Island Crisis Society at 1-888-494-3888 or visit the Canadian Association for Suicide Prevention at www.suicideprevention.ca

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