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His new long-awaited new album ‘D.M.T.N.T’ will drop next week.


A couple of days ago Dublin rapper Rebel Phoenix announced his new LP ‘D.M.T.N.T (Dead Men Tell No Tales)’ was now ready for pre-order, scheduled for release on December 29.

Speaking with Fiachradh McDermott back in August, Rebel P said his music comes from “the grittier side”.

“My first two albums were strictly boom bap, so I was thinking with this album I’m just going to do strictly trap beats, that kind of vibe. It’s just pure honest, and it’s raw, and it’s gully, and it’s explicit.”

Fans of the artist will recognise tracks like ‘Burning Bridges‘, ‘Live Like That‘ and ‘So Clear‘, but Rebel P has just released a brand new one from the project.

He’s recruited producer MathMan, one half of Ireland’s biggest music success stories of 2017 Mango x MathMan, to lay down the beat.

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