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. Advertisements
Throw It Back continues the yearly tradition of Manu Crooks closing out the calendar year with a bang, following his 2016 and 2017 end-of-year drops Assumptions and Buddy Buddy.
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.
Manu Crook$ has linked up with B Wise and Lil Spacely for what is a mouth-watering West Sydney collaboration on Best Years.
This last week or two we were gifted to an abundance of eclectic new Hip-Hop from across the country, including a host of heavy hitting new singles from some of Australia’s best new rappers, here are some of our favourites.
Sydney superstar on the cusp, Manu Crook$, continues to change the game with his latest effort, Different League.
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, Golden Era Records rapper Purpose gives us his picks.