Monjola has already built up a following within the scene through running exhibitions with his collective, Cleavage Club, and hosting our ‘Cold Room’ chat show. However, he has always had a passion for music and is now beginning to establish himself as an artist after working hard in silence. He recently started his own independent label called Chamomile Records, which allows him to fully express himself. He writes all of his own songs and works frequently with his brother, Moyo, utilising their innate chemistry. In turn, his tracks provide an authentic listening experience and a unique sound, offering a refreshing take on life. His undeniable talent and relentless work ethic make him an act destined for stardom. Stay tuned as he aims to take 2021 by storm, starting with his exclusive Frosted Flavours performance of “Past 9”.
Tom grew up in in rural Wicklow, disconnected from the city buzz but was always enthused by music and creativity. He spent a lot of time by himself working on different projects, with aspirations of reaching an audience beyond his hometown. He started rapping 2 years ago because of its similarity to poetry, and fell in love with with the idea of being able to express his thoughts through rhythm and flow. He is continuously searching for new ways to fit his style into different genres and is working hard behind closed doors to perfect his craft. His goal is to show anyone who feels left out or lost that it’s cool to be weird, despite what others say. With a catalogue of tunes at the ready, we feel this could be a breakout year for Tom. So, make sure to check out his exclusive Frosted Flavours performance of “Opening Eyelids”.
EeDdAaYy has been involved in the scene for quite a while, directing and editing music videos for various acts. This passion led him to form Rejektz Media, a collective focused on bringing together talented creatives from a variety of backgrounds. It was only a matter of time before his artistic flair oozed over into making his own music. After a period of experimenting with different styles, he is now gearing up to release his debut EP. His sound combines several genres, providing a unique listening experience that you can’t help but vibe to. He’s definitely one to watch and after winning our Frosted Flavours challenge last year, we had to get him in for a session. Make sure to tune in as he gives us a taster of what’s to come with an exclusive performance of his unreleased track, “Friendly No Touch”.
Growing up in Dublin, Aby always possessed a passion for music and describes songwriting as a cathartic experience. Inspired by Erykah Badu, her core style is alternative R&B but her sound explores a spectrum of genres as she often blends singing with rap. After building a following through posting covers on Instagram and a series of SoundCloud uploads, she finally released her Debut single, “Taurus”, in July of last year. Since then, she has experienced an exponential rise in reputation but opted for the independent route, setting up Chamomile Records with her friends. She’s a superstar in the making and we’re gassed to have an exclusive Frosted Flavours performance of her unreleased track, “I Need”.
Influenced by the likes of Mac Miller and Frank Ocean, Daire began releasing music in 2018. The Maynooth artist has since appeared on several influential playlists whilst enjoying radio play across Ireland and the UK. He also participated in RTÉ’s ‘Illuminations’ project. With the aim of continuing this success into 2021, he is currently working with a number of domestic and international producers. As his hit track, 'Hold Me Down’, surpasses half a million streams on Spotify, what better way to celebrate than with a Frosted Flavours performance?
Efé is a singer-songwriter from Dublin. After dropping a handful of tracks on SoundCloud under her former guise, “Anita”, she has begun to bring her sound to a wider audience. She recently released her debut EP, “What Should We Do This Summer”, which has already amassed over 1 million streams on Spotify and grabbed the attention of Notion. Remember the name.
Gaff, short for his second name, Gaffney, is one of the most exciting artists emerging from Ireland right now. Despite growing up in rural Roscommon, he is making waves globally. His infectious hooks combined with his self-produced beats, which seamlessly blend guitar riffs, 808s and hi-hats, create a genre-bending sound like no other. Having only released 3 singles last year, each amassing over 350,000 streams on Spotify, the best is yet to come as he prepares to drop a project in 2021.
Formerly known for his time in the popular Irish band, Fresh Ré, Bengo is starting to make a name for himself as a solo act. Based in Celbridge, Kildare, he has been working hard in silence and released the second edition of his mixtape, “For Vibes Sake”, on SoundCloud earlier this year. The talent he possess is matched by his undeniable charisma, making him one of the most underrated artists in Ireland. See for yourself as he brings something different to Frosted Flavours with his performance of “Passion Fruit”.
Lenii is a singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Cork. Surrounded by music, she began playing violin at the age of 4 and moved to New York when she was 15 to take classes in Ableton. After returning to Cork to finish school, she moved back to New York to study mixing, mastering and DJing. She also placed first in the adult contemporary category of the prestigious International songwriting competition for “Yellow”, which was judged by Coldplay and Dua Lipa. With such talent and an experienced past, the future looks bright for Lenii.
Hailing from Dublin, Khakikid has a refreshing sound that evolves with every track. Known for his engaging shows, he sold out his headline gig in Whelan’s in February 2020 and also played main stage at Longitude Festival alongside fellow Good Buzz members last year. He is an exciting talent with plenty of energy, as demonstrated by his Frosted Flavours performance of his most recent release, “Late”.
After a successful run of features on large UK platforms, it’s safe to say the Drogheda artist is breaking down boundaries. His unique blend of English, Irish and Yoruba has seen him, along with his group A92, rack up millions of views on YouTube. The sky is the limit for Offica and he didn’t disappoint with his Frosted Flavours performance of “Opor”.