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.
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.
Sydney spearheads Manu Crooks and Anfa Rose have teamed up to trade verses on each others brand new singles, with each track hitting as hard as the other over some classy DOPAM!NE production.
Hip-Hop in Australia was elevated to a new level in 2017, with an abundance of legitimate hits dropping throughout the year, followed by a mass of wonderful achievements from our homegrown talent. Below we’ve dropped our Top 50 Hip-Hop songs of the year.