Check out our special Anzac Day performance of “MOMENTS” from our homes in isolation featuring Kate Ceberano & Vince Harder which aired on Channel 9 last night. It was so dope to be a part of such an amazing event with such incredible artists for such an a great cause. #musicfromthehomefront Source: Bliss N Esso Youtube
South East Melbourne crew, and global rap phenoms HP Boyz have just announced their first ever project titled 6 To The World.
Coming out of Hampton Park, the popular rappers have taken the world by storm with their recent hits including Engineers, which has amassed 14 million Spotify streams and Bad N Bouj which now sits on just over 4 million views on YouTube. Their single Blueprint landed in the Top 10 tracks for YouTubes ‘Australia’s Top Trending Music Videos from Australian Artists’ list for 2019.
The HP Boyz aim to continue their success with their upcoming project due to release on the 8th of May. The new project, 6 To The World features 6 tracks, including Enemies, Get 2 The Bag and Out Here which features the amazing vocals of Keziah, the only collaboration on the project.
A number of snippets have been shared via Instagram and from all accounts the project is going to be an instant classic. Rumours have it that we will soon see a brand new video clip from the project, expect that soon. 6 To The World dropping 08.05.2020!
2. Out Here feat. Keziah
3. Get 2 The Bag
4. Eenie Meenie
5. Block Party
6. 6 To The World
Explosive Sydney rap group Triple One have today shared the studio version of a long-running live favorite in the form of their new single, ‘Handyman’.
Following up their collaborative single with Matt Corby, ‘So Easy‘, ‘Handyman’is the group’s first new music of 2020. An infectious, three-minute ride that never sits still, teaming overblown bass with a playfully whistling melody and Triple One’s usual dynamic vocal interplay and tongue-in-cheek approach to hip-hop braggadocio.
Directed by FEMME.tv, the music video is a homage to suburban Australiana, taking nostalgic cues from the group’s teenagedom, exaggerating them to the point of hyperbolic caricature and throwing them all together into a bogan paradise.
Director Natasha Foster says that:“When the boys from Triple One approached us with a script about a bogan couple, I was excited to take the narrative and pull it apart, make it more abstract and create a hyper color bogan community and shoot on a suburban street… I loved that the boys gave me the creative freedom to be able to take a script and expand it into something that still tells the same story, but in a more visual way. We love creating work full of colour and filling the frame with lots of talent. I think we succeeded in creating Aussie suburbia on crack.”
Handyman’ by Triple One is out now, buy/stream it here.