Who would have ever thought that a call out for a guitar player from the audience would turn into such a wow! Beginning the night off at Launch Pad playing excellent covers of Eagles and Jimi Hendrix it could only follow by something as extraordinary as beat boxing.
Subliminal was the one who amazed me and everyone else by doing what famous beatboxing legend Rahzel is known for, which is spitting out the chorus and the beat at the same time using only his vocals. Something that you would think is impossible but it came easily to Subliminal who started out his performance with a poem he wrote. This one-man wonder can do just about anything from beatboxing to architecture. His first time at the Launch Pad opened his eyes to all the great music hopefuls.
"It's a good vibe, a place where stars are born. It's got that real atmosphere that's underground, where things happen, where people can get the most creative," said Subliminal.
Subliminal is working on his first album that is near completion. "Three years later I am finally going to have material. Finally people will be able to take home some of Subliminal," he said.
Look out for more of Subliminal particularly this summer in and out of Toronto. A definite amazement and yet another divine addition to the Launch Pad.