Liminal is a bold contemporary music film series featuring eight Australian artists as they create unique live performances for the screen.
A musical enigma on the verge of superstardom, Ghana-born Sydney-sider BLESSED brings his singular mix of hip-hop, punk rock and soul to the Joan Sutherland Theatre for his Sydney Opera House debut. BLESSED performs as part of our all-new Liminal series, which features a radical stage design and transformative visuals befitting an artist who transcends genre.
Influenced by everyone from Jimi Hendrix and Kurt Cobain to Kanye and Kid Cudi, Blessed found a community in Western Sydney’s booming young hip-hop scene, serving as executive producer on The Kid LAROI’s breakout EP 14 With A Dream and dropping a string of underground anthems before releasing his long-waited, widely-praised debut mixtape, Music Is the Medicine, in 2020. BLESSED’s latest release, the LOCKDOWN TAPES VOL. 1, confirms this prolific, one-of-a-kind talent is only getting started.
“BLESSED’s enviable personal style and taste for strong, cinematic visuals sets him apart with one of the coolest aesthetics in Sydney’s – and hell, possibly Australia’s – music scene.” – FBi
Sydney Opera House in association with Subversus presents
Liminal is a bold, new contemporary music film series featuring eight Australians artists as they create unique live performances for the screen. The cinematic series will be presented free and twice weekly in November 2021, premiering on Facebook, YouTube and Stream, the Opera House’s online streaming platform for world-class performing and digital arts.