Dámì Sule is authentically raw Hip Hop who has developed his own alternative poetic lyricism melodies that is influenced by the early rap from the likes of Wu-Tang Clan and young Busta Rhymes, but with a chilled approach that is heightened with the new influence of Jazz.
Follow from the success of “Crayons” comes a chilled, resonating thinkable “Prayer” that is husked with Dámì Sule deep tones. The track is a “…a cry for more faith…” as Sule reveals, adding that: “I feel like we forget that evil exists and innocent people die every day. I feel it is important that I highlight this area.” Following the likes of Kojey Radical and Tobi Sunmola who have to merge the artistry of poetry and rap, Sule sets to make his own distinctive delivery in the realm of UK rap. Despite the genre producing the movement of UK Drill and Afroswing, it’s good to know that people can listen to rappers that’ll allow you to mediate and make you think.
Catch this young star in the making on the Manchester’s Zombie Shack on June 21st and London’s Camden Assembly on June 24th.