New York superstar A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has become a staple of Hip-Hop playlists across the world since his breakout year in 2016, dropping gems like Jungle, Look Back At It, Say A’, Drowning and Swervin’ along the way – to name a few.
Australian music was as prominent and potent as ever in August, so we’ve compiled some of the months best for your listening pleasure.
Australia’s newest Electronic/Hip-Hop festival is coming this summer, with Festival X bringing along Calvin Harris, Lil Pump, Steve Aoki, Armin van Buuren, Blueface and more to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
2019 has served up a number of quality albums, with the likes of Tyler The Creator, Dave and Anderson .Paak delivering fan-favourites already, although, of the albums to drop already in ’19, there’s still a handful that have remained slept on. 2 Chainz – Rap Or Go To The League Former college baller, trapper andContinue reading “2019’s Most Slept On Albums (To Date)”
Brisbane emcee Cking has returned from a 9-month hiatus with a heavy, emotive release Overtime.
Proud Bay City rapper Yung Juiceboxx dropped one of 2019’s realest tracks earlier this year, and now, the personable hit has some elite Hoodwolf visuals to go with it.
Lil Spacely has unleashed a brazen new single – OH NO! – which comes as the first taste of new music from the highly touted Blacktown-based emcee in 2019.
Burn city rapper Oddsox has dropped his sophomore single 2024, taken off his upcoming EP High School Reunion. The fast-paced, in-your-face cut plays as a braggadocio fiddle in the concept EP, which is set to arrive next month. Oddsox gathered an all star line-up for the energetic new track, with production coming via Perth K9Continue reading “PREMIERE: Oddsox – 2024”
Yibby burst out of the gates quicker than most with his debut single Woah late last year, and he’s now built on that with his soulful sophomore effort Talk, featuring Prince J.