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General News / March 8, 2019

Belfast’s Dena Anuk$a returns with another track

General News / March 8, 2019

Belfast’s Dena Anuk$a returns with another track

We were first introduced to Dena Anuk$a as a DJ when she played a banging set at our New Year’s Eve party a couple of months ago as part of the GXRLCODE crew. However, she has many more strings to her bow.

Citing influences like J Cole, Goldlink, Tyler the Creator and Chance the Rapper, the MC and vocalist looks set to become one of the most unique rappers in Ireland.

She now lives in Belfast, but spent her formative years in Jersey, Saudi Arabia, Alexandria, and finally heading to Newcastle for university. Perhaps more well-known for being behind the decks, being the official DJ for fellow Belfast artist Jordan Adetunji, we’re looking forward to her picking up the mic a lot more in the coming months.

She released ‘My G‘ in February, and now she’s back with ‘Mine’, a track with nostalgic R&B and hip hop tinges.