Offica x Blanco x Reggie – Where's The Motive? 🇮🇪 x 🇬🇧

Fresh off hitting #7 on Youtube’s viral charts with Face Reveal, Offica drops a track for everyone living their best life now lockdown is over. Featuring drill royalty in the form of Harlem Spartans founder (and multi million streamed rapper) Blanco, alongside fast rising Irish driller Reggie, Where’s the Motive sees the trio trade bars on how they’re planning on partying the night away as soon as quarantine is done. Heavyweight drill production comes from CZR (Pop Smoke, DigDat) to make an instant classic as viral as the events that inspired it…

 

About Offica  

Ireland’s most successful rapper in a generation, in the space of a year since his breakthrough hit Naruto Drillings, Office has amassed millions of streams across a handful of tracks.

With a commitment to quality over quantity he’s notched up 15 million+ streams across a mere 5 tunes, with his anime influenced breakthrough track Naruto Drillings (along with the remix from international Youtube star KSI) now ranking as a true drill classic. Elsewhere, he’s gone bar for bar with drill pioneers Skengdo x AM, & brought through new talent in the form of the-much-tipped new MC Fizzler — all of this while wearing his distinctive naruto mask. His last track, Face Reveal, saw Offica remove the mask for the first time, giving him a viral moment that saw the video saw to #7 on Youtube’s chart – an unheard of event for most drill rappers, let alone one from the outskirts of Dublin.

His secret is a previously unheard of fusion of influences – born in Nigeria and raised between the UK and Ireland, he folds all three cultures into his verses, switching between Yoruba, Gaelic and London street slang to create a unique, utterly fresh lyricism. With his bars veering from the rap staples of beef, ambition, girls and partying, to more unusual concepts such as the notion of home, immigration, race, religion and belonging, he has successfully used the bass heavy, cutting edge sounds of drill as a vehicle to vocalise the hopes and dreams of a generation…

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