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New York superstar A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has become a staple of Hip-Hop playlists across the world since his breakout year in 2016, dropping gems like Jungle, Look Back At It, Say A’, Drowning and Swervin’ along the way – to name a few.
Australian music was as prominent and potent as ever in August, so we’ve compiled some of the months best for your listening pleasure.
Australia’s newest Electronic/Hip-Hop festival is coming this summer, with Festival X bringing along Calvin Harris, Lil Pump, Steve Aoki, Armin van Buuren, Blueface and more to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
‘!’ is the latest album from platinum-selling rapper/songwriter Trippie Redd.
Tyler, The Creator is heading down under to play at Brisbane’s Wildlands Festival this December, in what will be his first show down under in 6 years, following a previous (and ridiculous) ban from entering our shores.
Brisbane emcee Cking has returned from a 9-month hiatus with a heavy, emotive release Overtime.
Proud Bay City rapper Yung Juiceboxx dropped one of 2019’s realest tracks earlier this year, and now, the personable hit has some elite Hoodwolf visuals to go with it.