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Novelist Releases Dot Dot Dot Video From Debut Album

Thursday, 20 September 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Novelist has released the first visual from his debut album, 'Novelist Guy'.

Dot Dot Dot's accompanying video features the Mercury Prize nominee giving a stripped back performance in Manchester, in front of a graffit covered walls, spitting bars about blocking out negativity and lies.

The track features on the London grime MC's independently released, self-produced debut LP, 'Novelist Guy', which arrived in April. 

Novelist will attend the 2018 Mercury Prize ceremony in London on September 20 as one of 12 nominees for the award, facing competition from artists including Arctic Monkeys, Wolf Alice and Jorja Smith among others.





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