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General News / March 20, 2020

UD drops powerful new project ‘Fruitless Grapevine’

General News / March 20, 2020

UD drops powerful new project ‘Fruitless Grapevine’

FaR Collective are quickly showing they are one of Ireland’s strongest music collectives.

FaR Collective’s UD has shared an emotive six track EP showcasing the scope of his musical repertoire.

UD initially darts between the powerful spoken word piece ‘Orchard’ to the softer tones of ‘Felt’ that features US heavy-weight Mick Jenkins. Later taking a more rhythmic and progressive approach in ‘Odimma’, it quickly becomes clear that he’s not held back by conventional ideas of genre. His patient approach to rapping is a surprisingly flexible part of his arsenal that functions seamlessly over various styles of production.

Undoubtedly one to watch UD has shown remarkable growth since his 2019 debut.

Listen to ‘Fruitless Grapevine’ below: