Make way for Irish rap duo Versatile
Since they crashed onto the Irish hip-hop scene in 2017, this North Dublin rap duo has been 'hotting up' the charts with an intense "gangsta rap" repertoire packing a lyrical combination of punches that has left audiences in Ireland and much of the UK reeling. Versatile tickets are ready now to buy or sell via StubHub.
Discover this social media driven rap group
Over the couple of decades there has been a well-spring of performers making their voices and their names heard across the UK rap world. One of the brightest stars in this pack is a pair of Irish lads who have made a loud and distinct impression with their hardcore rap style and lyrics, playing to sold-out venues wherever they perform. Versatile is like Hare Squead, Rejjie Snow and Mango as other popular Irish rap acts. Casey Walsh and Alex Sheehan are the pair behind Versatile who became virtual overnight sensations with the release of the 2017 monster hit "Ketamine" that exploded all over the social media and digital universe. The video on YouTube has more than 2 million views, as has their follow-up hit "We Sell Brown" which is spectacular considering we're talking about an Irish 'gangsta rap' duo. Clearly, the fans have taken a fancy to this pair and their star is definitely in its ascendancy. Versatile tickets are available now for purchase or sale via StubHub.
Versatile is a live performance powerhouse act
If you're completely unfamiliar with Versatile or their music a trip to YouTube or Spotify is enough to give you the gist of what to expect at one of their live performances. In fact, watching Versatile perform live two things are abundantly clear: 1) you may not be able to understand the lyrics, but the beats and the music is quite entertaining and 2) the audiences simply love this group. Check out the recording of them performing "Ketamine" at Electric Picnic Festival 2018 and judge for yourself. There have been other Irish rap stars that have made the transition to the big time, most notably Rejjie Snow but he's been based in the US for years now which speaks volumes about this young Dublin pair. Yes, their lyrics pull no punches, this is gangsta rap after all which means that stereotypes go out the window and some might find them offensive, but there are throngs of people online and buying tickets who might beg to differ. Either way, their track record so far is impressive which makes them worthy of a closer look. Versatile tickets are available now to buy or sell via StubHub.
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