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“No manager, no agent just soft boys being soft boys!”
One of the country’s most well-respected hip hop arists, Kojaque, has revealed the upcoming dates of his much-anticipated upcoming ‘Deli Daydreams Tour’ in anticipation of his upcoming EP under the same name. He’ll be joined on the tour by young artist Luka Palm.
At the end of January he released a video ‘Bubby’s Cream’, produced by jar jar jr. We first got a taste of that new material when the Dublin rapper appeared on Eric Davidson’s RTÉ 2XM show and performed a new track live.
He explained in an interview afterwards that his forthcoming project would be a concept album about a deli worker.
According to a press release from Soft Boy Records, “The project meanders through the daydreams of Kojaque, the main protagonist, as he contemplates love, life and loneliness in the lead up to the annual work Christmas party. The project is a vignette of working life in Dublin, mundanity, madness and escapism.”