Dirty Dike and a host of special guests will head to the Jazz Cafe for the London launch of his eagerly anticipated new album, Acrylic Snail.
It really is all or nothing when it comes to the one they call Mr Dikestar; in an age where everyone thinks they can rap, Dike’s dedication to this thing called hip-hop is as driven and focussed as you will ever see from anyone daring to call themselves a lyricist.
Either spouting the type of filth that is completely unimaginable to the average human brain or confronting the life demons that have made him the person he is today, Dirty Dike has galvanised a significant following across the globe with the diverse seesawing he cultivates between these two distinct, yet equally potent sides to his music making.
It is this inspired marrying between the two aforementioned sides that has made his music so in-demand and celebrated. Both sides of Dike shine on each and every album he has ever championed and the power struggle between the two continues to flourish.