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General News / November 2, 2018

Galway rapper & vocalist Celaviedmai drops her first official single

General News / November 2, 2018

Galway rapper & vocalist Celaviedmai drops her first official single

After a recent warm up slot for Jimothy Lacoste and a summer of gigs, Celaviedmai releases new material.

 

The last couple of years has seen big international publications cast an eye on Ireland’s blossoming Irish hip hop scene. Pitchfork, Highsnobiety and Vice have all profiled the artists making moves on this island, and in the latter media behemoth Celaviedmai was one of the main focuses.

“Music was a way for me to express my feelings,” she told Vice’s Noisey back in 2017. “A lot of artists are doing big things and putting Ireland on the map. What’s frustrating is that rap isn’t taken seriously by some people, and a lot of people get laughed at for being a rapper in Ireland.”

The homegrown artist has now shared her first official single after a string of rough cuts on Soundcloud and a very recent support slot for Jimothy Lacoste. Check out ‘Dive’ below.