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Toronto, Canada artist ANLIL has been nominated to open the Hollywood Bowl this fall at the We Can Survive Concert. The event would provide the talented singer, lyricist, and producer with the opportunity to perform for 18,000 people.
ANLIL has consistently stayed at the top of her group during voting rounds and has officially moved into the top 10. Individuals can cast their votes through free Facebook verification.
ANLIL released a 6 track EP titled 1995 at the end of 2021, which was recorded and produced in her hometown of Toronto. The album was mixed by Grammy Award-winning Engineer Dacota G and Phantom, was mastered by Grammy Award-winning Engineer Mike Bozzi, and featured other distinctive collaborations.
ANLIL was mentored by Che Pope when releasing her single under Wrkshp Media called “Disaster.”
The concert’s proceeds will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
ANLIL says on the concept of mental health, “I know the feeling when life becomes heavy, and daily objectives start to feel like mountains, it’s important to take the break you need. No matter how bad feelings or issues become in life, they’re handed to us only temporarily, it’s important to remember how much love surrounds us. Whether it’s from the people around us or our pets, or being in and around nature to appreciate how effortlessly life flows. You are never alone no matter how alone you may feel, and my music has been exactly for those that have struggled with that feeling, to hopefully feel less alone and more understood.”