Edson hip hop artist to unveil his new album next month

The Edson Leader – Monday, May 14, 2018

Edson hip hop artist SRVENT (Sir’vent – Spencer Richard) will soon be releasing his new album.

Richard, who recently released his new video, said he plans to release the new album on June 15 with a launch party in Edmonton at the Aviary – 95 Street and Jasper Avenue.

“It will also be launched digitally on the same day,” said Richard.

SRVENT wrote and produced all tracks. He spent three years working on the album. In all, he considered about 30 songs for the album, paring them down to 15.

“I get very, very personal on the album,” Richard said. “I think it’s important to be authentic.” Continue reading “Edson hip hop artist to unveil his new album next month”

Local Rap artist draws crowd with Edmonton performance

The Weekly Anchor – Monday, January 22, 2018

The name SRVENT has been getting a lot of recognition and for good reason, the up-and-comer is making a name for himself, and fans are travelling great distance to see him perform.

On January 12, Spencer Richard (SRVENT) a local Edson artist was a huge hit at the Mercury Room in Edmonton. He performed an opening set for the band “Form 10” and later he joined them on stage during their headline act where they became his backup band for one of his songs.

Fans from Edson, Hinton, and Edmonton packed the Mercury Room and were not disappointed as all the bands, including additional openers “Ends in Tragedy” and “The Pits”, delivered an outstanding performance. Continue reading “Local Rap artist draws crowd with Edmonton performance”

Piano prodigy found hip hop and rap in his teens

The Edson Leader – Monday, December 11, 2017

Be who you are. Represent what you love.

Spencer Richard was told he was a piano prodigy at a young age, but it wasn’t until his early 20’s when he proclaimed his love of rap and hip-hop music.

The 27-year-old, known as his rap moniker SRVENT, has been writing and composing music his whole life. What began with piano compositions grew into songs and lyrics while playing guitar. What many didn’t know was that deep down Richard wanted to be a rap artist.

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SRVENT video represents homecoming

The Hinton Voice – Thursday, November 23, 2017

The West Fraser Guild Performing Arts Theatre of Hinton (PATH) will play host to a music video shoot Nov. 26 for an artist who has Hinton roots.

Spencer Richard called Hinton home between Grade 4 and the age of 20, and now calls Edson hone. He returns to Hinton on Sunday to shoot the video as SRVENT, a rap artist, for a new track that will see local Adam Renard provide some accompanying vocals.

“Hinton is where I spent my formative years … it’s always felt like home. I am really excited to get into the new venue and shoot this video,” Richard said.

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Music video comes to life at Willmore Park

The Weekly Anchor – Monday, October 2, 2017

Rap artist SRVENT was out filming a music video in Edson and Willmore Park with local filmakers Brad Turfin and Kieth Cook, on September 23.

The music video is for a song on SRVENT’s upcoming debut album, “Meant to Bleed” and it features the British talent, Fran Minney. The song is a collaboration between the two artists and it tackles the issues of hope versus despair.

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