British Rapper Ramz Releases New Track Underneath

Record breaking, Platinum certified and Brits nominated Ramz has released brand new track ‘Underneath’. ‘Underneath’ follows the release of Ramz’s ‘Brixton to Oxford Circus’ freestyle and first official single release for 2020 ‘Belong To The Streets’.

Produced by Capri (with additional production from 169), ‘Underneath’ is not only Ramz’s ode to black women, but also to embracing being comfortable in your own skin, both mentally and physically.

“This song is a celebration of dark skin girls. It’s also about striving to be comfortable in your own skin and being proud of your own skin, in its most natural form.” Says Ramz. “I really hope this song helps empower anyone who is feeling uncomfortable in their own skin, for whatever reason, right now.”

Directed by Kirx, the accompanying stripped down, performance led music video for ‘Underneath’ was shot in London, in strict adherence to social distancing guidelines.

Having amassed over 3.3 million+ record sales, 715 million+ streams and 100 million+ YouTube views across five single releases, Brits nominated Ramz has achieved a number of ‘Firsts’ to date: he is the first ever act to achieve a #1 on Spotify with their debut single, has notched up the most viewed video of all time on GRM Daily and, with ‘Barking’, scored the most streamed UK Urban track of 2018 and a #2 on the UK Official Singles chart (crowning him as the highest charting British urban artist since 2015), and a #1 streaming hit in Germany.

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Mitchos Da Menace Releases The Visuals For Dxckheads

Have been consistently hitting out head turning music, Mitchos Da Menace returns withhis highly anticipated album ‘Pray For Them’ alongside visuals for ‘Dxckheads’.

Coming in like a mission statement, Mitchos’ new album is a personal journey, highlighting domestic violence, trust, abuse and toxic relationships. Tackling the game head on by carving out his very own sound, the album features Kerser and vocals supplied by LDS, Joanna Turner and Jacqueline Maree. 

Taking you straight into the emotions, ’Still No Trust’ is the second track that Kerser and Mitchos have collaborated on, heavy-hitting and emotionally captivating, the track is about having friends and the harsh reality that they might have their own intentions of sticking around. ‘Dxckheads’ flips the script and turns into a Drill track, calling out all the phoney rappers, to the smooth ‘No Good For You,’ a track about love and toxic relationships. 

The album means heaps to me as it’s my thoughts and my life into lyrics and music. Half the album is very personal & deep and other is the rough shit that needs to be said,”

Mitchos Da Menace

2020 will be his most groundbreaking year to date, as this album further cements his name into the industry as a constantly evolving artist.

Stepping in from Sydney’s West, Mitchos Da Menace reels you in to his records with his accounts of life, dreams and hustles with his rhythmic flows. His lyrical finesse and seasoned flow mixed with his rapping ability has become unquestionable. Menace has developed into one of the only artists who can lay claim to having collaborated with a largely who’s who of hip hop artists in Australia over the last few years including Nter, Flowz, Alex Jones, Triple One, Young Buck (G Unit)  and many more.

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Lisi, NME and more to launch “Street University LIVE!”

The Ted Noffs Foundation’s Street Universities are excited to announce the official launch of ‘Street University LIVE’, an online platform linking young artists to professionals in a collaborative, virtual setting.

On Sunday 21st June from 12pm, the Street University LIVE livestream will feature artist interviews, video premieres and performances by some of the region’s finest Hip-hop and R&B artists including Lisi, Youngn Lipz, NME, 21 District, Barkaa, A.Girl, Wierdogvng, Jessica Jade, Sparrow, Pioneers Dance Crew and more.

Since COVID-19 restrictions, face-to-face engagement with young people has been significantly reduced. Adjusting to the restrictions while continuing to provide vital youth services, The Ted Noffs Foundation has been developing an online space to provide a safe, inclusive, youth-inspired environment for young people.

Street University LIVE is jam-packed with music programs, graffiti workshops and its very own radio station which is beaming out across the globe. lisi At the same time, we are ensuring that therapeutic and counselling services are also accessible. The platform is being used to provide clinical services provided via LIVE chat, messaging and video conferencing.

Some of this would come as no surprise to those who know the history of the Ted Noffs Foundation. Ted Noffs himself co-founded LifeLine over half a century ago as a way to connect remotely with those needing counselling. The Street University is a program co-founded by Ted’s grandson Matt Noffs and was launched by Chuck D of Public Enemy just over a decade ago.

There are now 8 Street Universities around NSW, ACT and Qld. The program is aimed at disadvantaged young people aged 12-25 and works as both a non-residential drug treatment service and also more broadly as a therapeutic space for young people.

Ted Noffs Foundation will continue to develop the new virtual community over the coming months and use it as a way to link young people with its services post-lockdown. The online launch event is open to all ages.

Street University Live – Official Launch
Sunday 21 June, 2020 | 5:00pm – 9:00pm
Free tickets for the event available at http://www.humanitix.com

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Otiuh Release New Video For ‘Pour It Up’ Follows The Release Of EP La Festa

“We wanted the music video to look how the music sounds; colourful, energetic, and not taking itself too seriously…” – Cesare

Following the release of the high energy 7-track EP La Festa, released last month, hip hop duo Otiuh share their new video clip for ‘Pour It Up’. Filmed, directed, produced and performed independently (with help from Perth videographer Dylan Guy), Otiuh are the makers of their own hip hop fantasy.

The lead single of their EP, ‘Pour It Up’ is inspired by the retrospect of a night out where you begin to question the world around you. In the verse: “Bunch of white dudes in the Ralph polo, did you even go out if you ain’t in the photo?”, solely highlights the sometimes superficial moments of partying. It’s a collective moment that’s been experienced by many; looking around on a night out and thinking “what the hell am I doing here?”.

The overall aesthetic of the video is perfectly set to track’s satirical and bouncy mood. The track is also driven by a Mediterranean style guitar riff, showcasing the duo’s widespread influences and distinct sound that separates them from other hip hop acts in Australia, of which is further explored in their EP.

Due to COVID restrictions, the pair had to work within their limitations to produce a video clip that aided the track’s narrative and vibe – and they have done just that. Filmed over the course of one weekend in Cesare Papa’s backyard, the video itself acts much like an introduction to the EP as a whole. As Cesare says: “These restrictions made us do what we do best; make familiar, ordinary locations look quirky & psychedelic. It felt like the pressure was off on this one. We were the crew as well as the performers operating strobe lights and smoke machines, so we planned it to be as easy as possible for ourselves. We let our crazy ideas run wild, kept concept loose.”

The video also acts as an interlude between the two tracks ‘Pour It Up’ and ‘Smoke Break’ (feat. MALi JO$E); the clip features a performance-focused segment, tied in with a psychedelic mechanic scene where the specific transition takes place.

‘Pour It Up’ official video is out NOW via 6KCM. Listen and stream Otiuh’s EP La Festa on all streaming platforms NOW!

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Bias B “Hursty” Limited Edition 7-inch Wax Coming Soon!

Hip Hop legend Bias B has just announced on his Instagram that a Limited Edition 7-inch release of his classic track Hursty is dropping soon. This will be one of the hottest releases of the year for local Hip Hop collectors. Hursty represents a big moment not only for Bias B but also for Hip Hop history in this country.

Check below as Bias B speaks on his track ‘Hursty‘ to DJ Sanchez at The Lesson.

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Regi Flih Announces The Release Of His Fourth Single “Bad For Me”

R&B superstar REGI FLIH is sporting some new vibes with the release of his fourth and latest masterpiece Bad For Me. A different approach from his previous releases, Bad For Me boasts an unexpected sound showing the versatility the artist has to offer. The track will be available on all major streaming platforms on June 12.

With production work from Dough Related label-mate FRAAN, the singer-songwriter has come through with a perfectly constructed smooth, bouncy R&B anthem. Bad For Me alludes to the excitement of having a secretive, seductive encounter with your lover. You know it’s bad but you want to do it anyway.

“So, who is REGI FLIH?”. Having chosen to hide his face and stay anonymous from social media, promotional material, and even his peers, the identity of REGI FLIH remains mysterious encouraging urban music lovers to focus on what really matters – the music. Pre-Save Bad For Me here.

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Wifisfuneral teams up with Sydney producer Hydraulix on new single ‘Let Em Drip’

Acclaimed Sydney bass producer Hydraulix & Wiz Khalifa collaborator DJ Afterthought share their new single ‘Let Em Drip’ feat. wifisfuneral through Wakaan, the track showcases the refined production alongside the Bronx native wifisfuneral’s infectious raps.

This single marks the first collaboration from Hydraulix and Afterthought, combing bass synths with a hip hop structure, a factor which drew both producers to the project, Afterthought saying, “This tune really captures the perfect balance of two genres and makes it one”. Made across America and Australia, the track came together fairly quickly, Hydraulix saying,“We finished this track a while ago, i’ve been featuring it in most of my recent sets and it always gets an amazing response from the crowd.”

With over 130 million streams on Spotify alone, wifisfuneral has proven to be one of the hottest up and coming rappers in the game, bringing his infectious soundcloud rap to ‘Let Em Drip’. However this could be one of the last times we hear wifisfuneral rap on a track after he announced on Twitter earlier this month that he would be retiring from rap. In 2018, wifisfuneral was chosen as a member of the XXL Freshman Class, along with other emerging rappers, such as Ski Mask the Slump God, Lil Pump, and JID.

‘Let Em Drip’ is Hydraulix’s fourth release for 2020, having spent the better half of his last year touring internationally on the back of a huge year of releases, taking on North America supporting Liquid Stranger and bookings at festivals like Lost Lands, Bass Canyon, Rampage Belgium and many more. His latest acclaimed releases ‘Spanner’, ‘Chopper’ and ‘Poor Connection’ have gone on to tick over hundreds of thousands of streams and being played in high profile sets around the world right now from Four Tet, Skrillex, Bassnectar, Rusko and more.

Some of his recent collaborations include Liquid Stranger, Moody Good, Phaseone and Ookay along with his 2019 attention grabbing EP’s Space Cadet and Crown Jewels, solo releases and remixes with Never Say Die, Disciple and Wakaan. More recently in 2020 he was featured with triple j for Mix Up Exclusive and his music was also a featured sync in Kipo and The Wonderbeasts for Netflix US. 

Turning out his first release for 2020 with ‘Let Em Drip’, DJ Afterthought has worked and performed alongside some biggest names in the industry such as Wiz Khalifa, Zedd, Chainsmokers, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Mac Miller, Jeezy, Major Lazer, Mozzy, Gary Clark Jr., Lil Yachty, Migos, Post Malone, among many others. In more recent years his producer credits include the likes of Wiz Whalifa, Young Buck, Skepta, Quavo, Yung Lean, Mozzy and more, with over 11 million streams on Spotify alone.

‘Let Em Drip’ combines killer production with smooth slick verses to create the newest ear worm to invade your playlists.

Source: AllAussieHipHop.com

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Denzel Curry’s ‘ZUU’ turns 1!

Denzel Curry’s critically acclaimed fourth record, ZUU turns 1 this weekend. Building on the groundwork of TA13OO and Imperial, ZUU marked a momentous breakthrough in the 24-year-old Floridians career. Since its release, Curry has dominated hip-hop with two appearances in the 2019 Hottest 100 – his explosive Like A Version at #5 and “Ricky” at #45.

He also appeared for Listen Out, made his US television debut on Fallon and continues to be one of the most sought after lyricists working with everyone from Kenny Beats to JPEGMAFIA and Glass Animals to Ruel.

Stream ZUU here

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