Kerser – Deadset 9

Source: Emcee Kerser Youtube

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Kerser ft. Rates – Rap Now

Source: Emcee Kerser Youtube

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I hope Sampa the Great wins best hip hop at arias tonight

I hope Sampa the Great wins best hip hop at arias tonight. She’s done extraordinary things with this record, here and internationally. Respect to the Hoods, they’re icons and they win this every year they have music out (and will probably again). Big respect to Tkay, Baker Boy and also my fam Horrorshow, B Wise, Homeward Bound, Okenyo, Nooky and Tasman Keith.

Too many artists have sacrificed years of their lives and sanity to create their art and may never get a nomination, so take em with a big grain of salt. Awards will never sum up your value.

With the speed that hip hop is moving in this country, I feel like things will change forever from here on and I’m pumped about it.

Source: Urthboy on Facebook

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“Feelin’ Myself” is the new collaborative track from Mista Monk / Meiken / Secret Agent 23 & Debrissa McKinney bringing back them old’skool vibes

Production by Stay Nice

Someone once told us the definition of “magic” is changing the world by first changing your own perception, then using that to affect everything else.

This track is 5 different forms of hypnosis rolled into one super potent, perception changing music burrito. Like a dream that reminds you what life is really about, this song is a fresh breeze blowing off the ocean of possibilities.

Featuring Grammy award-winning, purple velvet tuxedo wearing family funk phenomenon, Secret Agent 23 (USA). Who’s opened up for MOS DEF, RUN DMC, and The P-Funk All-Stars. Playing festivals like Woodford (AUS) and Lollapalooza (USA). The track also features Melbourne made DJ/Producer/MC Mista Monk, of afro-jazz outfit Black Jesus Experience. From live organic hip-hop roots with Culture Connect to performing with Ethio-Jazz legend Mulatu Astake, Monk has also collaborated with Inkswel, Mista Savona, Ganga Giri, Illuminati Congo and Digital Afrika amongst many others. Holding it down at festivals like Glastonbury and Big Chill Festivals in the UK, Azgo (Mozambique) and Rainbow Serpent (AUS).

On vocals and a verse is Melbourne raised, GoldCoast based Meiken, who can be seen on tour with Freestyle Mafia across Aus. Playing festivals like Subsonic, Rainbow Serp, Earth Freq, Island Vibes, and touring across Europe and Aus with their music and stand-up comedy also. Collaborating with artists like Mad Professor, Mista Savona and a list of talent longer than your nan’s pension payouts. Soul sister on the hook with Meiken is Debrissa McKinney (USA), seasoned performer, proud vegan and touring artist, with roots in North Carolina.

On the beat, we have underground Australian music scene slayer Stay Nice, who’s production flashes a unique style of dreamy soul moving melodies, sprinkled delicately over-head, with sexy drum kits and face-melting bass-lines. His worldwide influence and soulful beats blend between reggae, dub, jazz, funk and hip-hop. Stay Nice has performed in venues and festivals across Australia which has lead him to produce music for artists all over the country as well as overseas.

All the artists met on stage freestyling at the Beach Hotel’s 420 Sound, in Byron Bay this year, not long after Woodford. It was fyah and love at first cypher, Stay Nice took them right into the studio, and the rest, as they say, is history.

This song is purely a reminder. Don’t give up on your dreams folks, you got this. Artist instagrams: @mistamonkmc / @_meiken / @secretagent23skidoo / @debrissa1 / @stay_nice_

With thanks to:
Director & Editor: Maximus Retro
1st Assistant Director: Carina Böhm
2nd Assistant Director: Jag Brar
Dancers: Natasha Adeola, Nahla Dean, Nasrin Khalifa Dichak, Daichi Meno, BombG, Mael Noutsa and friends.

Source: AllAussieHipHop.com

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Rates – Ghost Feat. Handasyd Williams

Source: Emcee Kerser Youtube

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Jay UF – Still The Same.

Source: Emcee Kerser Youtube

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Jay UF – Wanna Let You Know

Jay UF – Wanna Let You Know
ABK Records crew is proud to present Jay UF’s second album Fight or Flight (ADA / WARNER) dropping Sept 6th 2019. Available to pre-order now across all digital streaming and download sites.
Pre-order now on iTunes to get early access to this lead single ‘Wanna Let You Know’.

https://music.apple.com/au/album/fight-or-flight/1475631730

Source: Emcee Kerser Youtube

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Hi Melbourne 👋. I’m here to play with The Bamboos tonight at the Recital Centre. Come thru!

Lucky to call Jayteehazard my touring DJ, a collaborator who enhances our performances and literally holds me down. His own releases are mad, they don’t get enough attention imo. In addition he makes his own videos – have a look at this animation visualiser he created for newest song Drown. I mean, seriously?!! The guy is a genius. Show him some love and don’t be shy. Life is too short. See More
Source: Urthboy on Facebook

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Kerser – Can’t Dispute It

Kerser – Can’t Dispute it. (Published August 8th Aus date)
Produced, Mixed, Recorded by Open Till L8.
Filmclip – Rivercity Multimedia

Source: Emcee Kerser Youtube

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You Are What You Haven’t Done – Tim Levinson, Urthboy

If you know your local hip hop culture from the early 2000s you’ll remember Mark Pollard, a young journalist who created Stealth Magazine. Years later he moved to NYC and into advertising and communications and he’s someone I’ve admired forever. It was a pleasure to sit down and talk for an hour about art and what motivates me when I visited New York last month. I talked about untangling right and wrong and aspiring to be a yes man (for reasons that aren’t what they may seem). He put it up on his Sweathead podcast you can listen to here

Source: Urthboy on Facebook

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