Friday February 28, 2020

Paul Alwright: Hungry (self-released)

Over the course of three increasingly brilliant albums, Lethal Dialect became a guiding light for a new generation of Irish rappers, embracing his Dublin roots, culture and wit to give the domestic hip-hop scene its own unique voice. Now, casting off what he calls “the bravado, the misogyny and the alpha male bullshit” that accompanied that persona, Paul Alwright reinvents himself with an album of intriguing ambition and remarkable...

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