With over 80+ tracks on SoundCloud, Brisbane’s Baby Prince has been gearing up towards his SPRITESCHOOL release for some time now – a build up which included two B4SPRITESCHOOL projects – and at last, the highly anticipated mixtape is here.
Rising Sydney rapper Joey Maker has unveiled his first solo effort of 2019 in the form of the woozy, Hamley-produced Where They At.
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.
Australian songwriter JXN has followed up his debut single Solitude with a cross-waters collab with New York rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – who delivers his verse as sleekly and stunningly as always – on Red Lights.
Mainstay Brisbane rapper Swilo has returned from a lengthy hiatus with his first official release in over a year, with heavy-hitting heater Peter Pan.
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).
Triple One stole the game by surprise… well sort of, it was hardly a surprise.
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.
Geelong phenom Lordholani has released his first single of 2019 with the chip-on-the-shoulder anthem Alone, solidifying the Bay City producer/songwriter as one of the countries hottest prospects.
North London-based, Cairns-bred rapper Foz, (FKA Fozzey), has returned from a three year hiatus to deliver his slick new single Signs.
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.
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, ARIA award winner Adrian Eagle gives us his picks.