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General News / October 23, 2019

Dublin MC Malaki announces headline show

General News / October 23, 2019

Dublin MC Malaki announces headline show

The teenage MC is bringing his compelling live performance to The Academy 2 before the year is out.

Dublin’s Malaki has rose steadily to prominence within the Irish hip hop scene since dropping his powerful, spoken-word epic ‘Call us By Our Names’. Utilising poignant lyricism and a considered use of  thoughtful metaphors the up and comer has been making some serious noise in 2019. Following his first few releases the Dublin native has showcased his musical abilities in Whelan’s, The Sugar Club, as well as at multiple festivals over the summer including Forbidden Fruit and Beatyard.

Unafraid to experiment with a diverse range of elements heavily influenced by hip hop, Malaki seamlessly blends a vibrant interpretation of day to day life with his own unique and personal slant.

Despite a modest discography Malaki aims to drop an EP before the end of the year and capitalise on what has been a explosive year in music for the poetic lyricist.

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 Malaki will play the Academy 2 on Saturday 14 December 2019.
Tickets from €13  incl booking fee on sale Friday 25th October @ 10am.