Following a name change and the release of his new single Favourite Colour (featuring Esoterik), Melbourne emcee Dexter Seamus lit up Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory last Friday night with the help of Spiritus, Tazzy and MIM.
Released back in February of this year, Effected was the second studio album from Los Angeles rapper Cozz, and despite a rousing reception, it has still remained one of 2018s most slept on projects.
At just 19-years-of-age, South London emcee Dave has cemented his place in Hip-Hop following his introspective, story-driven 2017 EP Game Over.
East London rapper Jay Prince is one of the most criminally underrated artists in the game right now, and his latest project, Late Summers, is further proof of that.
For a rollercoaster career, 360‘s latest album is most definitely a high-point, as he delivers with the stunning, timeless full-length LP, Vintage Modern.
Alternative Sydney rapper Lostkeyz kicked off his national ‘A Self-Titled EP Tour’ at Melbourne’s Workers Club last weekend with a bang, bringing along a wave of diverse burn city artists with him.
Brisbane rapper, artist and all-round good guy Travy P has dropped his brand new EP, titled P.O.I.N.T. (Pictures Of Images Never Taken).
New-wave Australian record label WVS, along with Complex AU, just threw what was perhaps the biggest, brightest and best showcase of Hip-Hop talent in this country, ever.
Melbourne rapper Mini Coop launched his brand new album, Lift Off, live at The Workers Club, featuring sets from lively local acts Cylo, Boy Graduate and Ezra Allen.