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General News / March 1, 2019

Creative Crime release another hip hop & electronica hybrid

General News / March 1, 2019

Creative Crime release another hip hop & electronica hybrid

Since God Creative and Crimes Against came together and started making music as a duo they’ve been messing with the tropes of hip hop. Watching them perform live you’ll realise that calling them a rap act only scratches the surface.

 

Now called Creative Crime, they formed while working on the award-winning Irish film ‘Cardboard Gangsters’, a project that features six tracks by the duo, and the original score by Crimes Against. They’ve since toured with and supported the likes of The Game, Obie Trice, Damien Dempsey and Coolio.

The pair have a lot planned, but in the meantime here’s their latest single. Catch them on tour with The Game this month, hitting Ulster Hall Belfast on March 5, The Big Top Limerick on March 6, The Helix Dublin on March 7, Factory Waterford on March 8 and finally Monroe’s Galway on March 9.