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.
While the new Midas.Gold track takes a sharp turn sonically from his past two releases, Passions. continues on the revealing, intricate journey of Midas that earlier singles 19 Forever and Suffer In Silence accentuated.
Arriving just in time for summer comes the glossy new jam, Withdrawals, from Northern Territory teen – and one of our personal favourites – Vic August.
Sydney emcee ChillinIt has dropped his debut album, Women Weed & Wordplay, to a rousing reception, hitting #1 on the Australian Hip-Hop/R&B iTunes Charts.
Inner-West Sydney crew Triple One have added to their already insanely impressive catalog of hits with Showoff, a brazen new anthem with some nostalgic visuals to match.
10 years on from their debut record, Thundamentals are gearing up to release their brand new album, I Love Songs.
Released back in February of this year, Effected was the second studio album from Los Angeles rapper Cozz, and despite a rousing reception, it has still remained one of 2018s most slept on projects.
Chicago rapper Reeseynem has swung by with a sharp new anthem, What’s The Hook, featuring fellow Chi-Town spitter, Chance The Rapper.
Brisbane rapper I AM D has been around for a minute now, with his music grabbing the ears and attention of more and more people with every single release off the back of what was a breakout 2016, and a consistently stellar 2017.
Adelaide’s secret weapon, producer and rapper K21 has immediately followed up his first album in 6 years with the hard-hitting new EP, D-Day: No Tracks Left Behind.
Last November, Kerser released his seventh studio album, Engraved In The Game, and now, the Western Sydney mainstay is taking the new record on tour.