Gaelic Drill rapper Selló talks about his come up in new single 'Process'
Produced by ProdbyMax, ‘Process’ is a reflection of Selló's come up and hunger to make it in the rap game. Using traditional Irish samples as a backbone Selló’s rhymes depict the stark surroundings he grew up in, while also highlighting the inner turmoil he continues to deal with on his journey to fame as well as depicting a range of systemic issues. All of this plays out over infectious, icy production. Speaking on the track Sello Explained, “This song is about what’s happening in my life right now, my come up, my journey, where I come from and my hunger for success. I see this as a motivational track for anyone on the come up”.
Trusting the process is always a thing that is easier said than done but in the case of South Dublin rapper Selló, it’s been a phrase he has lived. Since stepping into the scene bearly a year ago the “Dublin” and “As Gaeilge” rapper’s rise has been a remarkably fast one. Championing a new voice for the nation of Ireland in the form of “Gaelic Drill”, a fusion of traditional Irish culture with the modern drill/ hip hop sound. Selló has pioneered a new era of music that is heavily focused on reviving classic samples and giving them a new lease of life.
Hailing from Clondalkin a small town in Dublin Selló has quickly exploded in popularity. Know for his thick Dublin accent rapid-fire rhymes, storytelling and infectiously simple choruses - Selló has enough talent and charisma to silence any doubters. Named RTE 2FM rising artist and Irish Times top 50 people to watch after a breakthrough year which saw him release a steady pace of singles. Selló is gearing up to release his highly anticipated debut project sometime this year.
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