Arno Faraji Is Generally Just Doing The Most Right Now

18-years-old and supporting just about every incoming international Hip-Hop act on their Australian tours, as well as appearing on our favourite festival bills, that seems to summarise Arno Faraji‘s life right now.


Faraji season started just over a year ago prior to winning Triple J’s unearthed high comp, and it feels like it’s never going to leave, but that’s sweet with us.

Alongside supporting the likes of Rejjie Snow, Smino and KYLE (before he cancelled and broke all our hearts), the young Perth innovator has also slipped through a few low-key demo’s and snippets online in recent times, all of which are as incredible as they are inventive. Arno Faraji is doing the most out in the West right now, there’s no doubt.

Arno’s latest effort comes in the form of HOPE-FOOLS (Part 2), a slick new self-produced demo with common collaborator (and fellow rising star) TONTON, that simply put — is beautiful.

LISTEN TO HOPE-FOOLS (PART 2) BELOW


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Written by Jarrod van der Staay

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