Martin Hůla, who has been active on Prague’s independent music scene for some years, was in his late 20s when he began rapping under the name Bonus. Following a couple of EPs, he released his debut LP under that moniker, the powerful, abrasive Konec civilizace (The End of Civilisation), in 2010. The following year he won plaudits (and the Apollo album of the year prize) for Náměstí Míru (Peace Square), which took a more song-based approach.
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