The best Hip-Hop singles from October, 2016, featuring Joey Bada$$, D.R.A.M., PEZ and more.
The best Hip-Hop albums from October, 2016, featuring D.R.A.M., The Game, NxWorries and more.
Have You Heard is a series that will provide a place for you to discover music you may not know about, touching on an artists best, and upcoming, releases. Have You Heard: D.R.A.M.
For years now, particularly within Hip-Hop, many artists have been labelled sellouts simply for growing and changing as an artist. If an artist is a sellout, it should mean that they have compromised their integrity for money or fame. An artist is not a sellout if they have developed new cadences, flows or instrumentation.
Local Melbourne artist Ryland Rose has released the title track – and first single – off his upcoming album Almost Famous & Broke.
Following the release of his breakthrough album The Honeymoon Suite in 2014, Topaz Jones has become a relevant name within the Hip-Hop scene through a collection of dope singles.
Ivory is the debut single of R.E.A.L Collaborations own Matthew Craig, who had previously teased his individual endeavours with two features on Juñor’s “Free Mined” projects before finally releasing his own debut single Ivory.
This series intends to shine light on the future of Hip-Hop from across the globe. Part 1 features Chicago native Joey Purp, coming off the release of his new mixtape iiiDrops, young lyricist Chester Watson and Melbourne’s own Baro.
As we pass the midway point of 2016, we have already seen an abundance of big name Hip-Hop artists release some of the most anticipated projects in recent memory.