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  1. Faecage says:
    Jul 24,  · Hip-hop has grown from a sub-culture to become the dominant form of music today. Yet discrimination still exists. L-Fresh the Lion, True Vibenation and Remi weigh in on the matter of fighting racism in music. Racism rears its ugly head on a daily basis in Australian society, and it filters down to hip-hop like sand through a sieve.
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    As Australian hip-hop went from cringe in the early s (think teenagers rapping badly about their train lines) to mainstream success, the Laundry quietly cultivated Melbourne talent. It’s here that the career of top emcee Mantra began and where commercial hip-hop operator kicked off.
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    Author AussieHipHop Posted on December 21, January 30, Categories Aussie Hip Hop, Australian Hip Hop, Facebook, Oz Hip Hop Tags Aussie Hip Hop, Australian Hip Hop, Facebook, Oz Hip Hop, urthboy Leave a comment on Lives have been lost. So many homes incinerated Kerser ft. Rates – Rap Now.
  7. Mezil says:
    Between October 6, and sometime around , Miguel D’Souza hosted The Mothership Connection, a weekly hip-hop show on Sydney community radio 2SER-FM. The show featured many, many MC’s, DJ’s and even graf writers and b-boys and b-girls of the Sydney hip hop scene as regular guests. Sydney’s first hip hop show started in October
  8. Kigall says:
    Oct 26,  · The ultimate duo in Australian hip hop, their constant back and forth always makes for a killer set, helped by having one of the best DJs in the game, DJ Izm, perched at the back and giving every show that proper old-school hip hop flavour. At other times, like their ARIAs set below, bringing a bunch of live instrumentation in helps to take the.
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    7 Australian Hip Hop Artists To Watch In Hip-hop from Australia is currently finding considerable international success with the likes of Hilltop Hoods, ChillinIt, Kerser and OneFour all breaking out beyond domestic market success to new audiences. With Australia’s The Kid Laroi also hitting mainstream success in America with his music featured on Lyrical Lemonade and .

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