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General News / August 29, 2018

Leo Miyagee drops new album ‘Bluebird’

General News / August 29, 2018

Leo Miyagee drops new album ‘Bluebird’

Leo Miyagee releases some of his best work so far.

In October of last year Leo Miyagee released his EP ‘Trust God, Love Yours, Do Bits In Life’, featuring a video for ‘W.O.R.D‘ and a second single ‘IDGAF’ premiered on Nialler9, all released via District Recordings.

The Belfast-based rapper returned earlier this month announcing that he’ll be dropping a new album later in August and shared an edit of Craig Mack’s ‘Get Down’, entitled ‘El Hajj Malik, Prelude’.

That remix doesn’t feature on the LP, which dropped today, but the project does feature some of Leo’s best work to-date. The hard-working rapper links up with Arcane Soakes and Dj Nafo on a number of tracks, but it’s his solo verses that prove the London-raised MC is one of the most talented artists in any genre on the island right now.

Check out the album below and the top notch artwork by Jordan Hearns too.