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February 11, 2020

Серега a.k.a. Полиграф Шарикоff


Artist Serega is a bright representative of the hip-hop industry. In the mid-2000s, his tracks were played at all school discos in the country, and the clips one by one fell into the rotation of the leading music channels. Sergey Vasilyevich Parkhomenko was born on October 8, 1976 in the Belarusian city of Gomel. About childhood and family Parkhomenko not mentioned nor in one of interview. In fact, the biography of the rapper is one solid white spot. It is only known that the singer graduated from school with a silver medal and, in addition to secondary, has behind him an unfinished musical education in the piano class. After studying for two years at the Homel state University named after Francis Skarina, he went to study in Germany, where he studied Economics and political science for five years, but did not manage to get a diploma. In the winter of 2004, Parkhomenko first appeared on the Ukrainian TV channel M-1. In the same year, the rapper released an album called “My yard: Weddings and funerals”, which quickly conquered the music market of Belarus and Ukraine. The same album with a slightly modified title (“My yard: sports ditties”) was published in Russia. The title track of the album “Doll”, “Ruined Lala” and “Black Boomer” were filmed videos. The song “Black Boomer” produced a bombshell effect with its appearance on radio stations. The track was nominated for the MTV Russian Music Awards in two categories: “Best hip-hop project” and “best debut of the year”. The song became the leader of the charts of music TV channels (“Muz-TV”, MTV) and radio stations (“Dynamite FM”, “Russian radio”, “Europe Plus”). Parkhomenko is known both to fans of recitative and fans of computer games. Grand Theft Auto IV featured songs by “Liberty City: The Invasion” and “king Ring”. In 2010, Sergey tried on the role of a member of the jury. In the music show “X-factor (Ukraine)” he not only evaluated the performances, but also was a producer of musical categories (“Bands”, “Over twenty-five”, “Guys”, “Girls”). The rapper returned to the musical Olympus and in the fall of 2014 released the album “50 shades of Grey”, showing everyone that he is full of energy for new victories and achievements. Five tracks from the album had music videos (“Fierce”, “Your favorite clown”, “my rider”, “Killing Me Softly”, “50 shades of Grey”). Internal changes of the artist are clearly visible in the album with the telling name “Phoenix” (2015).

More info at 416-991-5455, 416-726-6992.

Start: February 11, 2020 7:30 pm
End: February 11, 2020 10:30 pm
Venue: The Mod Club
Phone: (416) 588-4663
722 College St, Toronto, Ontario, M6G 1C5, Canada
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