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Wheelsmith (Singapore) – The Concert 2022

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“In music, there is no genre called blind jazz or diabetes reggae, it’s just good music or bad music. You put in your earphones and you can’t make out whether this guy has lost a limb or not.” (Source)

Wheelsmith lives life in the fast lane. The rapper and producer is also a competitive wheelchair rugby player who represents his home country, Singapore.

Wheelsmith’s performance accolades include the 2019 Singapore National Day Parade, 2018 True Colors Festival and the 2016 President’s Star Charity in Singapore. He has appeared in collaborative productions in theatre, photography, sound design and music videos, in Singapore and across borders.

His most recent single, Vanilla, was released in 2020.


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