Australian music was as prominent and potent as ever in August, so we’ve compiled some of the months best for your listening pleasure.
Tyler, The Creator is heading down under to play at Brisbane’s Wildlands Festival this December, in what will be his first show down under in 6 years, following a previous (and ridiculous) ban from entering our shores.
Gamirez took a deliberate approach to his music in 2018, carefully delivering singles throughout the year, each as polished as the last with a slightly new flavour and flare, and it looks as if 2019 will be no different for the Perth-come-Brisbane based rapper.
With over 80+ tracks on SoundCloud, Brisbane’s Baby Prince has been gearing up towards his SPRITESCHOOL release for some time now – a build up which included two B4SPRITESCHOOL projects – and at last, the highly anticipated mixtape is here.
Mainstay Brisbane rapper Swilo has returned from a lengthy hiatus with his first official release in over a year, with heavy-hitting heater Peter Pan.
Brisbane rapper Tee Noah has returned from a productive 2018 with a powerful, room-rattling new anthem, Coming To Australia.
Brisbane singer/songwriter Jamie-Rose has come through with the vibrant new visuals to her empowering anthem Bombay.
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.
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.