When David Leha of Radical Son extracts poetic, poignant lyrics from within his mind, the end result is Cause ‘n Affect: his upcoming album.
Munkimuk released a solo album in 2005 but since then he has been working on the other side of music: producing…until now
His music tells the tales of the hardships he’s faced and the triumphs he’s seen, not only personally but the adversity and success of Aboriginal people
Refreshed, creative, and inspired, The Last Kinection are back and ready to help raise money for a noble cause
Bryte MC has been travelling to remote communities, rural towns, and the inner city to provide children with hip hop workshops
Island Home is the brand new single from Mau Power’s upcoming album
Lockhart River will celebrate the launch of a hip hop video featuring young people from the community next Wednesday
Several years ago, the Street Warriors’ Abie and Warwick Wright collaborated with Shannon Noll to do a version of Goanna’s Solid Rock, which was a huge success
02.03.2014 – Tjimba Possum Burns from the deadly duo Yung Warriors, known by many as “Australia’s Indigenous Hip Hop Ambassadors”, is our special guest on Deadly Sounds this week.
No artist on the local hip-hop front has flown the Torres Strait Island flag as prolifically as Mau Power, aka Patrick James Mau. With seven mix tapes to his name, his own hip-hop collective and label (One Blood Hidden Image) as well as numerous Deadly Award nominations, the 31-year-old MC is now gearing up to release his new album.
African-American writer, commentator, activist, and educator Nikki Giovanni hit the nail on the head when she said, “Hip hop is a cultural expression – it’s embracing.” It’s an art form, poetry in motion, allows a story to be told and instils a sense of belonging, which is exactly the philosophy behind the Indigenous Hip Hop Project (IHHP)
The music industry is a fickle one – the boys of NoKTuRNL know this as well as anyone.
A Queensland rapper is making a mark in the hip hop industry, writing and producing his own beats with positive lyrics.
7.8.06 – In an interview with the hip hop duo Street Warriors from eight years ago they talk about coming together to make music and the song writing process
Crystal has been busy, recently releasing her soul, blues, jazz and reggae-filled debut album “The Fisherman’s Daughter”
Mau Power’s new album celebrates culture and maturity
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