‘The Sailor’ is the sophomore album from 88Rising rapper Rich Brian.
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.
Following the release of his brand new single Mac 10, featuring Lil Baby and Lil Duke, multi-platinum rapper Trippie Redd has been revealed on the line-up of Australia’s newest electronic meets Hip-Hop festival, Festival X.
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)”
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.
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.
Melbourne based Zimbabwean-Australian R&B queen Thando recently came through with a sleek and powerful new cut (and video), Gag Order, the latest single taken from her upcoming EP Life In Colour.
Nigerian-born, UK-based afropop king Burna Boy has released a surprise EP with LA production duo DJDS, Steel and Copper.
Adelaide songwriter Adrian Eagle has come out with a fresh new version of his brilliant new single A.O.K, delivering a stripped back gospel version of the positive anthem.
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).
Some official Spotify playlists will now be personalised based on a listener’s taste which means all music has a better chance of getting into the ears of the right listeners.
We asked a number of accomplished and established Hip-Hop/R&B artists in Australia what young rappers they think will make an impact in 2018 for our ‘Who’s Next’ series, today, Australian music icon Allday gives us his picks.