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.
Triple One stole the game by surprise… well sort of, it was hardly a surprise.
Baker Boy, aka The Fresh Prince of Arnhem Land, has returned in style this year, with his glossy, groovy new single Cool As Hell.
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.
Inner-West Sydney crew Triple One have added to their already insanely impressive catalog of hits with Showoff, a brazen new anthem with some nostalgic visuals to match.
B Wise is heading on a headline national tour following the release of his upcoming debut LP Area Famous, set for release this September.
It’s been two years since the last single from the Canberra-born, Sydney-residing pairing of Erica and Sally, aka Coda Conduct, but they have officially returned with their first release since 2016, Love for Me.
We asked a number of accomplished and established Hip-Hop artists in Australia what young rappers they think will make an impact in 2018 for our ‘Who’s Next’ series, today, OG Australian emcee and triple J Hip-Hop Show host Hau gives us his picks.
Rising indigenous Hip-Hop star Baker Boy has released the fun, fast-paced visuals to his incredibly infectious single Marryuna (featuring Yirrmal).
Hip-Hop in Australia was elevated to a new level in 2017, with an abundance of legitimate hits dropping throughout the year, followed by a mass of wonderful achievements from our homegrown talent. Below we’ve dropped our Top 50 Hip-Hop songs of the year.
Sydney rapper Flye has released his debut project, Open Air, lending an exciting look into the future of Hip-Hop in Australia.