Brisbane singer/songwriter Jamie-Rose has come through with the vibrant new visuals to her empowering anthem Bombay.
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.
M&M’s is the latest release to come from eclectic east-coast group People Luminous.
Mainstay burn city emcee Eleji has come through with the self-directed visuals to his introspective single Paranoid.
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.
Lost Boys Club is the newest crew coming out of Australia’s east coast, consisting of lyricists Jon Do£ (of Gratis Minds) and Leeze, and they’ve opened up their musical account with a poignant new single, STATION.
Handful is the uplifting party anthem from Melbourne-based emcee Sol Bishop, and now, it’s accompanied by some fresh new visuals.
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.
Re-working A Day In The Life from The Beatles comes the debut, aptly titled single from Sydney emcee Christian Dean, A Life In A Day.
Lively, likeable and unlike anything else hitting Australia right now, Flimsey Lohan is the eclectic burn city band that is next-up.
Dom Cork has been one of Melbourne’s most talented and influential figures for a minute, producing and engineering a mass of amazing records, but now, he’s stepped to the forefront, teaming up with Sol Bishop on his brand new single, Right Now.