Hip Hop
Lucan, County Dublin

Irish Hip Hop artist Damola got involved in music in 2008 through the avenue of rap and has since evolved as he now performs with a Live Band, owns his recording studio, engineers all his songs and produces every now and then. The young MC typically speaks on personal experiences but sometimes gives the listener an insight into his imagination. An eclectic artist, Damola merges various sounds, genres and cadences together around the skeleton of rap verses, coupling those with melodies and harmonies. He has since 2015 released 2 Music Videos to his tracks James 4:6, and WorkFlow on YouTube and in august 2016 released his latest single Snoozing on SoundCloud. The thrilling and captivating performer hopes to bring his unique vibe to the Sea Sessions stages as he did last year at Electric Picnic, Other Voices, Hard Working Class Heroes, Canalaphonic Festival, Sofar Sounds and various venues across Dublin and Ireland at large.

Performance Experience
Other Voices Festival Music Trail, Dingle, Kerry Dec 2016
Sofar Sounds The Black Sheep, Dublin Oct 2016
Hard Working Class Heroes Festival (Headliner) Yamamori Tengu, Dublin Oct 2016
Electric Picnic Festival Other Voices/Trenchtown Sept 2016
Canalaphonic Festival The Bernard Shaw, Dublin Sept 2016
Trinity College Freshers’ Week TurksHead, Dublin. Sept 2016
WordUp Collective Launch (Headliner) Bello Bar, Dublin April 2016
Canalaphonic Festival Launch Copans, Dublin April 2016
Headline Show at Abner Browns Abner Browns, Dublin Nov 2015
Dublin Lingo Festival The Meeting House, Dublin Oct 2015

Radio Appearances
98fm Interview/Performance Sept 2016
Spin 103.8 Interview/Performance April 2016

Press Articles/Reviews
The Irish Independent Jan 2017

Thin Air Magazine
http://thethinair.net/2017/01/17-for-17-damola/ Jan 2017
“With a bit of luck, Damola’s rare blend of styles and raw talent should bring him to an
international audience”

GoldenPlec Oct 2016
“The first thing you notice about Damola is that he is the ultimate showman and is really at home when he’s on the stage.”

The Irish Times/Nialler 9 Feb 2016

The Last Mixed Tape Feb 2016
“Barely stopping to catch his breath throughout, Damola raps as if the words are simply an extension of himself….. The flow of the music simply follows him, with Damola dictating the speed at which it propels with each word.”

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