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Limerick based Rapper/Producer Jack Lynch AKA “Lynchy” has released the video for his debut single ‘Spotlight’ (feat. Rainy Boy Sleep).

Even though he’s only 18 years old Lynchy has wasted no time in establishing a reputation as one of the up and coming talents in Europe’s rap scene.

In the last 12 months he has gained over 200,000 followers on Facebook from simple freestyle videos which have amassed millions of views throughout the world. This has resulted in Lynchy making a name for himself as purveyor of quality freestyle videos on YouTube and Social Media.

While growing this enormous online fanbase, he has also found time to perform his freestyle show in venues in Ireland and the UK.

In early 2015 he signed to the Industry Entertainment Group for management who spotted him on YouTube when he had clocked up over 2 million views MC’ing to Philip Georges hit single “Wish You Were Mine” at a bus stop in his school uniform which quickly went viral and made him an Internet sensation overnight.

In May 2015, he sat down with Stevie Martin “Rainy Boy Sleep” to co-write his first single “Spotlight” which is out now through Universal Music Ireland. You can listen to it here:

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