WATCH: Dublin's controversial rap duo have dropped an epic, incendiary 7-minute music video 1 year ago

WATCH: Dublin's controversial rap duo have dropped an epic, incendiary 7-minute music video

Prepare to be offended. Very offended.

A few months back, we covered the track that helped them explode into the public sphere, 'Dublin City G's'.

A few months after that, we told you about their next big track, 'Scorching Again'.

In both of these tracks, the Dublin rap duo Versatile filled the lyrics with as many offensive rhymes as they could fit in less than four minutes, while the accompanying videos are equally NSFW, with sex and drugs and violence in pretty much every single frame.

Both of those times, they seemed to blur the lines between being actually offensive, or playing up their offensive act for the camera, not a million miles away from the same balancing act that Eminem managed to effortlessly walk during his prime.

The duo are back with a new single 'Ketamine', and the seven-minute-plus track might just be their masterpiece.

Or the worst thing you've ever seen and heard, depending on how offensive you find them.

This time it sounds like they've nailed down a production that falls somewhere in the region of Faithless and Example, but the verses and the video are even more hilarious and/or upsetting that ever, involving sex with nuns, killing entire families, drug-dealers in wheelchairs, and creepy clowns.

Consider yourselves warned.

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