Brisbane singer/songwriter Jamie-Rose has come through with the vibrant new visuals to her empowering anthem Bombay.
M&M’s is the latest release to come from eclectic east-coast group People Luminous.
As if Perth’s bubbling Hip-Hop movement wasn’t exciting enough, Static Noize have now piled on to the west coasts array of recent releases with the visuals for their new single Revenge.
Fresh off a name change and hiatus, Dexter Seamus (FKA Dex) has decided its time to start dropping some new music in 2018 after what was previously the biggest year of his career.
Get It Right is the catchy, summer block-party anthem from Gippsland rapper Kyso.
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.
Manu Crook$ has linked up with B Wise and Lil Spacely for what is a mouth-watering West Sydney collaboration on Best Years.
Chicago rapper Reeseynem has swung by with a sharp new anthem, What’s The Hook, featuring fellow Chi-Town spitter, Chance The Rapper.
Marksman Lloyd has come through and delivered some fittingly crisp and quirky visuals to match his groove-inducing 2017 single Gene Simmons.
360 has just dropped the brand new visuals to his hit single Money, alongside releasing a host of regional tour dates for later this year.
Last month Sydney R&B queen, Tazzy, dropped her idiosyncratic, yet stunning official debut single Honest Rap Song.
This week we were gifted to an abundance of eclectic new Hip-Hop from across the country, including a host of vibrant new music videos from some of Australia’s best new rappers, here were some of our favourites.