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“Run up a hill with some weights in my bag, I just showed you that I’m able to trap.  I don’t get you, and you don’t get me, but that’s okay ’cause I’m use to that.”

 

Dublin rapper Bobby Basil has released a new rough release entitled ‘8900 fuhk demo’, which he says is a pre-cursor to an imminent wave of new music,

“Its just a stream of consciousness I feel,” Bobby explains to us. “Some of the lines are directed to people who never rated me as a rapper, basically after ‘Poppybella‘, as someone who could go hard in on bars.”

Bobby also reveals that he’ll be releasing a new EP with Major Grave, which he’s been teasing out live recently.

Click here to read an interview with Bobby where talks about life after Dah Jevu and Irish hip hop.

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