CBAKL talks drawing inspiration from Brockhampton, collaborating with rappers from across the country and the success of ‘Wisdom Is Misery’.
Written by: Mabfield
The Mabcast has its first return guest this week in the form of esteemed producer CBAKL.
The Portrush beatsmith has had an incredible trajectory since his last appearance on the Irish hip hop podcast and recently dropped his album ‘Wisdom Is Misery’, to widespread acclaim.
Written by: Demi Benjamin, Universal Dreams
Edited by: Stephen Osoko
The arrival of RnB queen Kae is a breath of fresh air for the Irish music scene. Her vibrant, raw and unique sound debuted officially on Spotify on February 8th 2019.
Written by Mabfield
This week on the Mabcast Clonsilla's Nealo joined Jack and Dylan for a chat.
The former hardcore front man made the transition into rap music last year with his acclaimed 'October Year' EP and he hasn't shown any signs of slowing down since.
As lovers of music, musical development and growth are key things we look for when listening to new projects from our favourite artists. In Ireland, there has been an undeniable shift in the music industry. The Urban scene is now being recognised on a national level, and spreading ever so steadily to the UK. This has encouraged artists to put their all into their projects, as more eyes are on the scene. With this, the race to be the face of the scene is definitely on.
The iconic Afro Irish duo consisting of Baba Raji and AyoTori have come a long way. They are slowly but surely etching themselves into the fabric of the Irish Music scene. They write, vocalise and produce their songs with ease. They have the knack of effortlessly blending their sound with different genres and still remaining authentic and original.