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General News / March 18, 2019

Costello drops surprise mixtape ‘Ghost Files Part 2’

General News / March 18, 2019

Costello drops surprise mixtape ‘Ghost Files Part 2’

“10 years of street literature, baby!”

 

One of Dublin’s most-loved MCs has just released a St. Patrick’s Day gift. Costello follows up last September’s ‘Ghost Files‘ with a sequel.

James Costello has been cutting his teeth for years and has become known as a rapper’s rapper, cited as an influence by many of the young crop of Irish hip hop artists who have come up over the last few years.

Check it out below ‘Ghost Files Part 2’, and click here to download the project for free.

Costello, is one of the pioneering names in Dublin hip hop. Back in 2016 we spoke to him about the genre and his city, which you can read here.