Boston-born, Sydney-based artist Raj Mahal has come through with a fiery new single, What Da Deal, which comes as the boundary pushing emcee’s first solo release of 2019 following a breakout ’18.
Brisbane rapper Tee Noah has returned from a productive 2018 with a powerful, room-rattling new anthem, Coming To Australia.
Brisbane singer/songwriter Jamie-Rose has come through with the vibrant new visuals to her empowering anthem Bombay.
Perth rapper Complete has kicked off the new year with a brand new effort that is as honest and open as it is heart-wrenching, with the vehement new cut Resolutions.
Joining the likes of ChillinIt, Carmouflage Rose, Kwame, Huskii, Vic August, Figuero Jones and co from 2018 (and Manu Crooks, Travy P, Anfa Rose + more from previous years) – this year we expect a brand new wave of emerging talent to display a new level to their artistry, blowing up in their city and beyond.
Following a monumental 2018 which included the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, rising Sydney superstar ChillinIt has opened his 2019 account with a contrasting two-part drop.
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.
The next force in Australia’s Hip-Hop landscape could very well be Sydney based rapper/producer Masked Wolf, who’s fresh new effort Speed Racer now has some accompanying visuals.
ChillinIt had a groundbreaking 2018, selling out countless shows across the country even before the release of his debut album Women Weed & Wordplay, which blew up, amassing millions of streams independently.
M&M’s is the latest release to come from eclectic east-coast group People Luminous.
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.
Mainstay burn city emcee Eleji has come through with the self-directed visuals to his introspective single Paranoid.