by / January 11th, 2012 /

2012: Top Story: Faces of 2012: Lethal Dialect

Painting home truths and realistic skies from the suburbs of Dublin, Lethal Dialect represents the more traditional line of colloquial rap music in Ireland. There’s no bravado here, just great rap tunes relatable to anybody living in a post Celtic Tiger era. That’d be all of us then. Last year, Lethal Dialect released the best Irish rap debut album in a long time. 2012 brings Part II.

Describe yourself and your music.

Realism and everything it brings with it. Sometimes raw gutter, sometimes laid back, and everything in-between.

What are your plans for the next six months?

Just to keep making music and push it out to as many people as possible.

What are you looking forward to this year?

The release of LD50 Part II.

Who or what inspires you?

Ed Sheeran. Nah all joking aside, life in general. Never Ed Sheeran.

What was the strangest thing that happened to you in 2011?

Probably The Rubberbandits comparing me to Nas. Or the packet of Meanies I got that had a Hot Lip in them.