London emcee Yizzy has connected with rising Australian stars Nerve and Shadow on a global grime link up for the ages, with the abrasive and hyper-focused new heater – Yeah (Remix).
Following a monumental 2018 which included the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, rising Sydney superstar ChillinIt has opened his 2019 account with a contrasting two-part drop.
British-come-Australian rapper Rydah has linked up with Adrian Swish for a certified hit in the form of Coca & A Lean.
Melbourne-based songwriter Mansa The Legend has channelled his British roots with the grimy, grand new track, ZONE.
We asked a number of accomplished and established Hip-Hop artists in Australia what young rappers they think will make an impact in 2018 for our ‘Who’s Next’ series, today, West Sydney veteran emcee Fortay gives us his picks.
Perth-based rapper Black Napoleon has continued his recent hot streak with the release of his debut mixtape 20:20.
At just 19-years-of-age, South London emcee Dave has cemented his place in Hip-Hop following his introspective, story-driven 2017 EP Game Over.
East London rapper Jay Prince is one of the most criminally underrated artists in the game right now, and his latest project, Late Summers, is further proof of that.
After 11 studio albums, including his most recent Godfather, UK grime veteran Wiley is gearing up to tour Australia and New Zealand for the first time ever.
Carmouflage Rose has dropped a dark, almost sexy new single, Late Nights, an RnB-inspired tune that is made for those out in the early hours of the AM.
If clever word play, hard-hitting punchlines and grimey beats are your thing, then Sydney & Newcastle emcees ChillinIt and Talakai have you covered, with their new hit, Get Bodied.
London-born, Australian-claimed rapper Z. Lewis has had a buzz surrounding his name recently, particularly since the drop of his latest single, Don’t Speak 2 Me, here’s why.