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“I’ve got hunger, I’ve been starving like it’s Ramadan.”


Back in October we got our first taste of new music from Dublin rapper SloppyPocketz, aka Tafari Pesto, aka former member of Dah Jevu. He released the haunting experimental trap track ‘Same Shit’.

Now he’s back with new material.

When he and Bobby Basil amicably parted ways, SloppyPocketz moved to Canada to get a taste of new cultures.

“I moved to Toronto last year to explore the music scene. I see myself on a pilgrimage here. My music tells a story about myself and my struggles I deal with along the way. I’m making music to connect with people who can relate to my story. To inspire them and keep them from hurting themselves.”

While in The 6 this is the artist’s main aim.

“That is my biggest battle, and hopefully through my music, they will gain some sort of comfort knowing they are not alone. I’m still growing with my music and plan on dropping my EP this year. Toronto is a great city with a lot of talented creatives. I will have visuals coming soon as well. Rest in peace Clara Berney.”

Listen to the new one below.

Words: Staff Writer 
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