In the event you missed Illenium‘s three consecutive sold-out displays at Terminal 5 this weekend, then don’t stress because he’ll be back. Illenium will be returning to New York City at 2019 for an even bigger display. In his second night at Terminal 5, Illenium shared a few huge news. “Yo, I have some news today I’m not really supposed to tell anybody, but I really wish to tell you. I’m coming back next year and playing Madison Square Garden. ”
House to the NY Knicks and Rangers, Madison Square Garden in among the most prestigious venues in the Nation and has hosted the likes of Travis Scott, Childish Gambino, Swedish House Mafia, along with Jack Ü. This is a monumental thing for Illenium that showcases his large fan dedication and capability to sell out an arena of the size and prestige. Be on the lookout for Illenium’s Madison Square Garden show following year.
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It can happen to anyone. Gender, race, social class.
America from coast to coast has been plagued by the opioid crisis. In 2016 alone, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention( CDC) determined more than 64,000 people died from drug overdoses. Many of us, including myself, have seen friends tragically pass away and families forever changed. It has become a national emergency for all of us to be aware of.
In a note to the fam, superstar DJ Illenium revealed his own personal battles with addiction.
Illenium, who’s real name is Nicholas Miller, conveyed his long battle with opiate addiction that eventually caused him to overdose on Heroin. In the message, the 27 -year old describes dark times in his life for him and his family as he toiled with the disease. The hope that so many go across seemed all but lost.
Miller credits music and his mother for saving his life, both of which have helped him stay clean to this very day. Further, the heartfelt message is the inspiration behind his song” Take You Down “. Read his letter to the fam below.
It’s official release, which coincided with Illenium’s personal story, occurred on August 3rd. The song’s melody is powerful, with an uplifting tone seemingly designed for anyone going through a similar crisis. In addition, the high pitch vocals actually come from Illenium’s friend Tim James. For anyone going through the struggle, the track should come as a reminder that love, hope, and help always exists. It is never too late to change your life around, as Illenium once did.
Bass music lovers do we have some news for you. Heavyweight legend Excision just announced his fourth studio album, and it’s coming out sooner than you think. It’s called Apex and it will be released on August 14. That’s only a few days away in case you were counting.