Who’s Next: Purpose’s Artists To Watch In 2018

We asked a number of accomplished and established Hip-Hop artists in Australia what young rappers they think will make an impact in 2018 for our ‘Who’s Next’ series, today, Golden Era Records rapper Purpose gives us his picks.


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Purpose’s artists to watch in 2018: Manu Crooks, Hamley, Playback 808, CLAZ

Purpose:Manu Crooks has dropped a really dope collection of songs over the past couple years that I crank regularly, and is currently on tour smashing it in Europe. His music has a really worldwide sound that I think could see him break everywhere.”


Purpose:Hamley is a producer currently based out of Melbourne. Every 2-3 years Melbourne has a producer that comes through and works hard enough to end up having beats on everyone’s albums (think M-Phazes, Cam Bluff) and for key songs, I think Hamley will be that for this generation of MCs from Australia.”


Purpose:Playback 808 is a collective from Adelaide that produce a mix of hip-hop, rhythm & blues, and neo-soul music from the Northside of the city. Really great tunes and interesting lyrics set to music you can crank loud. Definitely keep an eye on them.”


Purpose:CLAZ is an MC from Adelaide who has been putting in work, dropping a lot of music and gathering momentum over the past few years both in SA and interstate. He sounds more comfortable everytime you hear him and is carving out a great niche for himself to stake his claim moving forward.”


FIND HAU’s PICKS FOR ‘WHOS NEXT’ HERE


Check back with Off The Clef tomorrow to see Esoterik‘s (Bliss N Eso) picks for 2018!


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Written by Jarrod van der Staay

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