Jimothy Lacoste is a young rapper and producer who extols the virtues of healthy eating and wholesome hobbies: an unlikely subject for a teen icon, but intrigue over his idiosyncratic style is seeing his fanbase grow. There’s an irresistible quality to his smooth, iPad-produced beats, casual delivery and the playful charm of his videos. Hundreds were turned away from a recent gig in East London, and the energy inside was explosive. Jimothy mania is peaking.
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