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Top 3 most exciting new Irish videos we’ve watched today (we did some work as well)


by Eoin Higgins
24th Aug 2020
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From the multicultural cream of Irish hip-hop, to Brendan Glessons’s startling new turn as Donald Trump, to Killian Sundermann hilariously losing it to bad news Irish radio, here are the top three videos rocking the remote IMAGE office today.


 

Fancy Irish Hip Hop

The creme de la creme of East Coast Irish hip hop drop skills as deep as x-rays via the memorable God knows – Who’s Asking? (East Coast Allstars Remix).

 

Donal(d) Gleeson

Our Don channels theirs (ours being a figure of pride and affection among most, if not all, citizens theirs being Donald Trump). We were enthralled by the first trailer released for the upcoming Showtime Limited Series The Comey Rule.

Killian It

Gas man Killian Sundmaan had us equal parts crying with laughter and despairing (mostly despairing) at his parody of Irish morning radio during a pandemic …


 

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