Bilal - 10.7.20

Bilal - 10.7.20

Wednesday, October 07 2020 6pm Doors / 8pm Start

Tickets

VIP
$52.00
Front Premier
$47.00
Premier
$44.00
Bar Stool
$42.00
Wed Oct 07 2020

Bilal - 10.7.20

at City Winery Washington DC

Doors:
6pm
Starts:
8pm

Tickets

VIP
$52.00
Front Premier
$47.00
Premier
$44.00
Bar Stool
$42.00

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Philadelphia-born  Soul singer, Bilal is one of the most dynamic artists of our time.  Bilal is an eclectic--drawing from gospel, jazz, soul, blues, and hip-hop. He made his major label debut with 2001’s First Born Second. The cd sold over 300,000 copies and announced that Bilal was an artist to watch. 

Bilal’s sophomore recording Love For Sale leaked to the internet before its official release,  would enjoy over half a million downloads. 2010 saw Air Tights’ Revenge, which yielded the Grammy nominated “Little Ones.”

With the release of A Love Surreal, Bilal immediately achieved commercial success, debuting at No. 1 on iTunes' R&B Chart.[ On Billboard, the album debuted at No. 17 on the Independent Albums Chart, No. 19 on the R&B Albums Chart, and No. 103 on the Billboard 200, ranking higher than its predecessor, Airtight's Revenge. The album also received numerous high reviews, including an 8/10 from SPIN Magazine,] a 4.5/5 stars from Allmusic, and a 4/4 stars from USA Today.

In 2015 he released his most celebrated project of his career, In Another Life,  produced entirely by retro soul producer Adrian Young.  Bilal also earned his first Grammy Award for participating  on the critically acclaimed, “To Pimp a Butterfly” by Kendrick Lamar