You’re probably already familiar with Irish staples like Guinness or the Leprechaun, but what you may not know about the The Emerald Isle is that it is home to a buzzing underground hip-hop community. One of the most promising talents from that pool is Rejjie Snow, who shed his former moniker of Lecs Luther, but has kept the same style he showcased on Booth-approved tune, Meddling Loops. On Lost in Empathy Snow tackles the persecution of Albinos in Africa, with a left of center flow and oddly colorful, abstract lyrics that resonate over-top the dripping production of Two inch Punch. Lost in Empathy is slotted to appear on Snow’s Rejovich, which has yet to receive an official release date. This song is available for download via Snow’s website.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/10/13
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