Hip-Hop in Australia was elevated to a new level in 2017, with an abundance of legitimate hits dropping throughout the year, followed by a mass of wonderful achievements from our homegrown talent. Below we’ve dropped our Top 50 Hip-Hop songs of the year.
Sydney rapper Flye has released his debut project, Open Air, lending an exciting look into the future of Hip-Hop in Australia.
A week-or-two ago, we decided to release a fan-vote for urban album of the year, and now, with the results back, we have YOUR top 10 favourite Hip-Hop/RnB albums of 2017.
Perth emcee Complete has released a raw, goosebump-inducing single, Jordan, ahead of the release of his brand new mixtape While We Wait.
This year Off The Clef published countless premieres, conducted a bunch of interesting and insightful interviews and got the chance to review some of the nations most impressive live acts and albums. Below I’ve left some of my personal favourite articles of 2017.
Melbourne rapper DEX has backed up the immense success of his last single 4AM, with yet another Dom Cork-produced banger, Bubblebath.
Brisbane lyricist JayCee has dropped the sequel to his Calm EP, with the eccentric new project, his long-awaited Storm EP.