OFFICA awakens his ‘Sharingan’ ahead of new mixtape
Amidst his first tour and the busiest time of his life, Ireland’s drill prodigy Offica shares his first release of the new year ‘SHARINGAN’. Taking us on a personal journey of his life and struggles, Offica recaps his come-up on a hard-hitting Naruto-inspired beat produced by KidSpyal. Presented with cool-headed lyricism ‘SHARINGAN’ is jampacked with punchy bars and relatable street quotes you might see on your Instagram timeline. Starring as the “popular loner” the visuals show the rapper out in the streets as a lone wolf alongside a glimpse of his inner circles as he teases what is to come on his highly anticipated mixtape arriving later this year.
Drogheda’s own drill prodigy known as Offica began his musical career in early 2018 and has been an inspiration to other drill rapper around Ireland due to his unique style of rapping. He uses plenty of Irish and Yoruba slang within his lyrics to exhibit his culture and ethnicity. Having made a unique entrance to the scene with his ‘Naruto Drillings’ he has created a name for himself as one the most diverse and creative minded rappers in both Ireland and the UK scene.
Known as the Offica in charge of the Irish scene, he isn’t someone to compare with new school rappers, nor is he one to be placed as only a drill artist. Undaunted by the pandemic, Offica has continued his run through 2021, recording further freestyles for Kenny Allstar and Charlie Sloth, and dropping further tracks that draw on his fusion of Japanese culture, Yoruba mythology, Irish energy and UK sonics. With a further Naruto referencing track Obito going viral once more, and his brand new single Sharingan he’s been getting himself ready for a debut mixtape that will cement his reputation as one of the most exciting artists of a generation.
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