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General News / February 23, 2019

Damola returns with new track ‘This One’

General News / February 23, 2019

Damola returns with new track ‘This One’

Damola is back on the mic.

 

A few years ago Ireland’s hip hop renaissance began, and one of the artists on that new wave was Damola. In his first couple of years making music he performed at Electric Picnic, Other Voices and played a raft of headline slots. Then in 2017, after being named as a ‘future-maker’ by the Irish Independent, things went quiet for the Dubliner.

In an interview back in September of last year Damola explained to us that he needed time to reassess his situation and step back from the scene that he’d been so involved in cultivating from a grassroots level.

With his latest track he has kickstarted his return to the studio. Check out ‘This One’ below.