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General News / February 8, 2017

Princess Nokia shares new double-feature video

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General News / February 8, 2017

Princess Nokia shares new double-feature video

Last year we caught up with Princess Nokia to chat about staying independent and her Irish heritage.

We talked about her new album 1992, taking a break from making music all together, coming to Ireland/home for the first time and why she’s chosen not to sign any major record deals.

She’s back in Ireland once again this week, performing in the Button Factory on Friday. Doors at 7pm. If you’re looking for somewhere to go after the gig we’re hosting a night celebrating Irish hip hop in The Sugar Club. Click here for more.

Princess Nokia has just shared a new video too, a double feature taken from her 1992 EP. ‘Bart Simpson/Green Line’ sees the rapper in high school and flaking with friends. Watch in full below.