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“…this is a new song that is a departure from my other songs about being very sad this one is about being somewhat sad.”


Dublin producer and vocalist Jake Hurley recently joined the ranks at Word Up Collective, releasing a new video for his track ‘Haircut’ in November.

He’s now shared a new track called ‘i go outside and smile.’, featuring his now trademark dusty beats and beautifully lazy vocals.

We’ve been fans of Jake for a while now, and he released a project as part of our mixtape series. Jake’s tape ‘Cartooniverse’ is 13 tracks of beats, plus vocals from Jafaris, Damola and more. Click here to listen.

“I’ve always played music but I fell off with it a little bit in my teens years. But in 2016 I really started to focus and my passion for production really grew so this tape is the result of that! I also delved more into the scene in Dublin and saw so much dope shit was going on from Damola and Jafaris, who feature on the tape, to other great MCs like Mango, Rebel P and Kojaque!”

Words: Staff Writer 
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