United States-born, Melbourne-based rapper Lil Sknow has built a name for himself over the last eight months, accumulating a cool couple hundred thousand streams off the back of his raw, honest lyrics, rapping what he lives on a day-to-day basis.
While GaTa has collaborated with the likes of Tyga and Lil Wayne in the past, it’s the most recent chapter of his career that is perhaps the most interesting, as he balances touring the world as Lil Dicky’s hype-man and releasing music of his own.
Fresh from their huge performance at Summernats 2018, Melbourne rapper/producer duo Fourth Place are returning to their home away from home, Revolver Upstairs.
This week we were gifted to an abundance of eclectic new Hip-Hop from across the country, including a host of vibrant new music videos from some of Australia’s best new rappers, here were some of our favourites.
Sydney superstar on the cusp, Manu Crook$, continues to change the game with his latest effort, Different League.
Born and raised in the ever-evolving city of Newcastle, Soa is an Australian emcee of mixed Tongan and European descent, and he’s just dropped his debut EP, Everything We Could Be.
Adelaide’s secret weapon, producer and rapper K21 has immediately followed up his first album in 6 years with the hard-hitting new EP, D-Day: No Tracks Left Behind.
Melbourne rapper Sophiegrophy has made some serious WVS with her fierce new single, Bag, with the track getting a spin by Hip-Hop media icon Ebro Darden on Beats1 radio this week.