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Rellik is an award winning, multi award nominated urban artist from Edmonton. Rellik got into Hip Hop at an early age and gradually developed over the years and has proudly shared the stage with childhood heroes such as Run DMC, Casual, as well as Canadian icons, Buffy St Marie and the Guess Who. He brings with him a full band , or intimate acoustic performance and plays guitar and a variety of other instruments which he has done since childhood and is now implementing them in his live show and recordings. He is a gifted wordsmith known for his quick witted and gritty punch lines, Rellik is no stranger to adversity and develops his talent all the while raising his children as a single father and working full time. From transcribing his emotions of gaining custody of his children, the sudden loss of his mother, to fierce fully describing his frustrations in the music industry, or any political subject, his point always comes across crystal clear. As a seasoned performer with hundreds of performances, workshops, awards and award nominations, there is much to look forward to in the coming days from Rellik.

July 6th, 2015 Edmonton Artist Rellik Nominated for Entertainer of the year at the 2015 Indigenous Awards! Relik is a versatile artist with many nominations to show for it, including the Western Canadian Music awards (Aboriginal Recoding of the year), The Indigenous Music Awards, nominee for the Indigenous Entertainer of the year, as well as Single of the year for the “My Voice” which WON the United Way contest to fight poverty, and hit #3 on the National Aboriginal music countdown. This single can be voted for online at www.indigenousmusicawards.com. Rellik got into Hip Hop at an early age and gradually developed over the years and has proudly shared the stage with childhood heroes such as Run DMC, Casual, as well as Canadian icons, Buffy St Marie and the Guess Who. He brings with him a full band and plays guitar and a variety of other instruments which he has done since childhood and is now implementing them in his live shows and recordings. He is a gifted wordsmith known for his quick witted and gritty punch lines.

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