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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.
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)”
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.
Rising Melbourne songwriter Boy Graduate has dropped the self-directed music video to his infectious R&B single I’m Not Ready, featuring Chicago’s own Brian Fresco.
Following the release of his debut EP 14 With A Dream last month, now 15-year-old Sydney rapper The Kid Laroi is cementing himself as one of the worlds most promising new acts.
Marksman Lloyd has come through and delivered some fittingly crisp and quirky visuals to match his groove-inducing 2017 single Gene Simmons.
360 has dropped the fifth instalment of his VI series with Floorless, a punchline-heavy banger that features WVS signees Travy P and HFNR.