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General News / June 5, 2018

Rejjie Snow shares trippy new video for ‘Charlie Brown’

General News / June 5, 2018

Rejjie Snow shares trippy new video for ‘Charlie Brown’

Since Rejjie Snow released his aptly-named track ‘Dia Dhuit’ back in 2011, the Dubliner’s career trajectory has been on a constant rise.

 

Rejjie Snow has gone from being likened to the early Odd Future sound, to carving out a path most artists can only dream of. In the past year or so he has worked with with musicians as prolific as Kaytranada, Joey Bada$$, Aminé and long-time collaborator Jesse James Solomun.

In February the Drumcondra-native released his full, 20-track ‘Dear Annie’ project to the world. One stand out track was titled ‘Charlie Brown’, an ode to fellow Irish group Republic of Loose and their track ‘The Steady Song’.

Click here to read Eric Davidson’s interview with him about bearing the weight of the Irish flag. Watch the new video below.