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General News / September 21, 2017

A designer has reimagined 9 Irish hip hop artists into well-known brands

General News / September 21, 2017

A designer has reimagined 9 Irish hip hop artists into well-known brands

Irish artist Jimmy The Head has set some of the most well known Irish hip hop names to well known house hold brands.


Jimmy The Head has worked on multiple BAFTA and IFTA award winning TV shows like Roy and Tilly & Friends and RTE’s Ear To The Ground.

He’s now turned his attention to Irish rappers.



Bobby Basil





Bitter Rocc


Rejjie Snow




21685927_831752796987924_3350369926330396118_n Collie Collins



Russell Flow





You can check out more of Jimmy’s work at videobyjimmy.com