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dog eat dog food world
  1. trespass coat
  2. i've smoked weed 9 times and have had one good experience
  3. ur a bundle of joy !
  4. boarded the plane
  5. tom did
  6. miniclip
  7. it's not litter if you bin it
  8. i'm just a pretty face
  9. dagenham to barking
  10. what counts as fine?
  11. forteen days
  12. who's in designer

Niko B

dog eat dog food world

believe recordings
  • limited orange bio-vinyl lp

    Released: 24th May 2024

  • CD

    Released: 24th May 2024

  • Cassette

    Released: 24th May 2024


Over beats that ricochet like a pinball machine in an earthquake, Niko B spits tales of UK teenage life informed by video games, inhaled herbs, and popping to the shops - it's a poetic blend of the banality of existence and bumping instrumentals that are bound to be heard emanating from black-tinted windows all summer.

'Dog Eat Dog Food World' simultaneously takes things back to Niko's roots but also zooms out to reveal a much wider picture of who he is and what makes him tick. He describes his new creations as happy music and that he feels it's a reflection of what it's like to be a British teenager but each cut comes with a barbed tale of high, lows, lols and woes. Featuring singles such as 'trespass coat', 'ur bundle of joy!', '14 days', 'miniclip' and 'it's not litter if you bin it', Niko's nak of sharing relatable smalltown stories, deconstructing the concept of trying to adult in the 21st century and the challenges of living, laughing and loving under the late stage capitalist kosh secure his role as a Gen-Z Mike Skinner.