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General News / June 22, 2018

RikShaw & 7th Obi link up on new track ‘No More’

General News / June 22, 2018

RikShaw & 7th Obi link up on new track ‘No More’

Two promising voices in Irish hip hop.

 

Both RikShaw and 7th Obi have been keeping busy over the last few months. RikShaw released a seven-track EP a couple of weeks ago called ‘Designated‘ and earlier in the year he had been dropping singles sporadically.

7th Obi went quiet for a while, but in early June the Northampton-based, Waterford rapper dropped ‘Too Many Nights‘.

Listen to the collaborative track below, featuring Wongy.