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  1. Author AussieHipHop Posted on November 16, November 17, Categories Aussie Hip Hop, Oz Hip Hop Tags allaussie hip hop exclusive, Aus Grime, Dead Zone, Fraksha, Grime, Grime Downunder, Joe Ninety, Oz Hip Hop, Seru, TIMELE88 Leave a comment on PREMIERE: Melbourne’s SERU Levels Up With Fraksha on New Single ‘Dead Zone’.
  2. Hilltop Hoods artist pic. Hilltop Hoods are an Australian a hip hop group, formed in , from Adelaide, South Australia. Their name refers to Hilltop Road In Blackwood, an Adelaide suburb in which they lived as children, and a part of Adelaide known by all the local B-Boys as The Hilltop.
  3. Aussie Hiphop. 2, likes · 4 talking about this. Support Aussie Hiphop by liking this page. Feel free to post your music the admin will listen to everything =) SHARE the page around and support.
  4. Australian hip hop is a part of the underground music scene with only a few successful commercial hits in the last decade. Albums and singles are released by mostly independent record labels, often owned and run by the artists themselves.
  5. Jun 09,  · The outlet for Australian hip-hop is so small, if you aren't heard on Triple J your chances of success in the market are slim. This is probably why so many artists venture overseas.
  6. May 21,  · Dear Forbes: This Is Why Iggy Azalea Doesn’t “Run” Hip-Hop The Internet is currently on fire following a piece on Forbes that was initially titled “ Hip Hop Is Run By A White, Blonde, Australian Woman” but was changed after the backlash forced Forbes to .
  7. Dear Hip-hop, It's me your foster child I'm writing this cuz I feel we should sit and talk awhile It may sound like I'm crazy, but I feel like your baby Spend more time with chu' then my own folks so it's just like you raised me You taught me to walk, said I should have swag Taught me how to dress, that's why I .
  8. At first, the biggest influence on many early Australian hip-hop artists were the Americans. Tupac, Biggie, Snoop Dogg and N.W.A provided the way forward for artists in this country, not just.
  9. In his short time on the scene, Kobie has quickly become one of the most important voices in Australian hip hop. Kobie Dee’s latest offering is a heartfelt and profoundly moving track about the hard-hitting topics of the Stolen Generation, January 26th, and challenges experienced by Aboriginal people.

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