Perth rapper Complete has kicked off the new year with a brand new effort that is as honest and open as it is heart-wrenching, with the vehement new cut Resolutions. Advertisements
Joining the likes of ChillinIt, Carmouflage Rose, Kwame, Huskii, Vic August, Figuero Jones and co from 2018 (and Manu Crooks, Travy P, Anfa Rose + more from previous years) – this year we expect a brand new wave of emerging talent to display a new level to their artistry, blowing up in their city and beyond.
Following a monumental 2018 which included the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, rising Sydney superstar ChillinIt has opened his 2019 account with a contrasting two-part drop.
2018 has far-and-away been the best year ever for Hip-Hop in Australia, and here are our TOP 100 tracks of the year.
ChillinIt had a groundbreaking 2018, selling out countless shows across the country even before the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, which blew up, amassing millions of streams independently.
Throw It Back continues the yearly tradition of Manu Crooks closing out the calendar year with a bang, following his 2016 and 2017 end-of-year drops Assumptions and Buddy Buddy.
Perth’s single stage concert style event – Hidden – has announced its evolution to a national event with dates in Sydney, Brisbane, Auckland and their forever home Perth, also revealing their mega Hip-Hop laden line-up.