Giving voice to his art

Scroobius Pip, renowned for his vocal ability and natural interviewing style, talks to Nadine O’Regan about coming to terms with his stutter

3rd September, 2017
Scroobius-Pip: ‘I want to write albums because I’ve got something to say’ Pic: Sony Dsc

‘Despite all the jobs I do, I’ve never been someone who likes the sound of their own voice,” Scroobius Pip says.

Although there’s no doubting the Essex man’s sincerity, you can’t help but smile at the contradiction inherent in his words. More than most, Scroobius Pip has made his living through his vocals. Best known for his thrilling break-out single Thou Shalt Always Kill, Pip is a rapper, a spoken word...

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