WATCH: Dublin rapper INK releases controversial new video and it's gaining traction online
Dublin rapper Ciaran Inkredible's new video has amassed more than 76,000 views since it hit YouTube on October 13.
Born in 1986 he goes by stage name INK or Young Trap Prince and is heavily influenced by Chicago drill music, grime, and trap.
The video depicts a group of young men in balaclavas, holding a tricolour, with guns and expensive cars.
Some viewers my find the content offensive. A disclaimer reads, "The content in this video is an expression of art and should not be taken literally."