After amassing nearly 600,000 plays on Extra’s ‘Support Acts’ competition for his unreleased tune Monster, Gippsland-come-Melbourne artist Kwasi has at last made the guitar-laden heater unreleased no more.
While GaTa has collaborated with the likes of Tyga and Lil Wayne in the past, it’s the most recent chapter of his career that is perhaps the most interesting, as he balances touring the world as Lil Dicky’s hype-man and releasing music of his own.
Late last year, WVS launched the first annual NEXT GEN class, an initiative that allowed any and every urban artist in Australia to submit a song to the team at WVS, with a total of 11 artists making the 2018 NEXT GEN class. The NEXT GEN initiative gives the selected artists a new platform toContinue reading “Get To Know: WVS Next Gen Class of 2018”
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.
Sensible Antixx and Smart Base Entertainment have teamed up to put on Neighbourhood Rhapsody, a live Hip-Hop event taking over the Northcote Social Club this Saturday night.
Melbourne rapper Ivan Ooze has just released an impressive, boundary-pushing new project, The Social Alien 2: Memoirs From The Milkyway, as well as announcing an accompanying east-coast tour of Australia this October.
Last week, Australian Hip-Hop royalty 360 played his first headline show in over two years, kicking off his VI tour with three intimate, sold-out shows at Melbourne’s Howler.
Alternative Sydney rapper Lostkeyz kicked off his national ‘A Self-Titled EP Tour’ at Melbourne’s Workers Club last weekend with a bang, bringing along a wave of diverse burn city artists with him.
Presented by Hennessy and Pushin Keyz, British-born, Australian-based rapper Rydah will be throwing an album release party for his brand new EP Kazuko, this Friday night at Melbourne’s Laundry Bar.
Some of Australia’s best and brightest Hip-Hop talent are teaming up with burn city’s Laundry Bar to put on an epic free night of Hip-Hop this week, oh, and all the acts happen to be female.
Australia’s #1 rap showcase, Big Swell, is rolling into Sydney this Saturday night, the 1st of July, following a successful debut in Melbourne earlier this year.
Atlanta’s own Reese La Flare is coming to Australia this week, performing at Melbourne, Perth and Sydney, presented by Sauce.