Born in Eritrea, raised in Europe and now based in Amsterdam, Rimon is a dynamic vocalist who has mastered the art of transiting from the realms of realism to the realms of euphoria. The singer has just shared a live performance video which was purposefully executed as part of Eurosonic’s digital behaviour. Collaborating with Belgian duo Bleu Nuit, the clip was shot in Brussels, and it showcases the musicians performing inside the world famous ‘Pavillion des Passions Humains.’
The live performance starts off with her rendition of her all time favourite, “Never Learned How To Cope” which was dubbed of her “I Shine U Shine” EP, she then switches it up a notch by transiting into the next song, “Feed Me” which is an offshoot from her upcoming project.
Rimon brought the beautiful performance to live by properly utilizing her amazing vocals, coupled with the synch noticed between her and her band and the awe-inspiring breathtaking visuals which took the live shot to yet another level. The costume hack was yet another wow in the live performance, Rimon alongside her crew was seen switching costumes as the songs progressed and switched, it showed forth great creativity on the part of the costume department. Kick starting the session with the mellow track ‘Never Learned How To Cope’ and turning it up a notch with her ‘Feed Me’ performance, Rimon’s creativity and talent is clear to see.