SOFTBOY FOREVER: AN IRISH HIP HOP STORY
A film about Soft Boy Records, the Dublin rap collective flipping hip-hop's braggadocio on its head within Ireland's growing underground music scene.
A part of Contemporary Scenes, a Boiler Room series uncovering underground collectives, artists and subcultures from across the world; subverting media narratives of young people globally through music. Winner of the Webby Award 2019 Music category.
"Boiler Room has shared an engrossing new mini-documentary tracing Ireland’s burgeoning underground hip-hop scene."
"If you’d rather stay in, you could do worse than to watch a new Boiler Room documentary, Soft Boy, about the booming underground hip hop scene in Ireland (I’m serious). The film follows Dublin-based record label and artist collective, Soft Boy Records, which was launched by rapper Kojaque after being told by labels and managers that his accent would be viewed as a “gimmick”."
"Irish hip hop: self expression in a changing nation."
"It’s an interesting watch. No doubt the collective are currently at the creative helm for some of the nation’s most vibrant art."
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