Rap near the knuckle: Kneecap and the new sound of Irish hip-hop
Rapping about the economy, drugs, sex and politics, Irish hip hop acts such as Kneecap and Versatile combine strong language with comedic flair – which has won them fans, but can also put them at odds with the mainstream
"We'll do what we want. If it's not for you, go listen to Ed Sheeran."
Over a crackling phone line, a man called Mo Chara lets out an enormous roar of laughter. The next words he says are unprintable in a family paper, except to tell you that his sentence begins with “you dopey” and ends with “-unts”. “There's your headline!” Mo Chara crows triumphantly. Well, it might have been, if the Business Post could...
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