NEW AUS VIDS: BALLY BOY, CLARIYAH BO$$, KID DAVE

Daily the culture is dropping FIRE clips from all corners of the country. Our New Hip-Hop Videos From AusĀ playlist on Youtube is your one stop shop to stay updated. Here’s 5 of our favourites from the playlist to drop in the last week. Jump in the comments on socials to let us know which clips you’re digging – and be sure to be subscribed to our channel on Youtube! šŸ’°

 

BALLY BOY – ALL OUT
(LOWKEE / SKYLAKE MEDIA)

Latest Biordi signing Bally Boy pulls up in style decked out in all white cruising in the all white Lambo. ‘All Out’ delivers a catchy, anthemic hook from a young artist with a heap of street hype behind him. Keep your eyes out here, a bright future is promised.

 

CLARIYAH BO$$ – BVNTA
(BRAYDEN FUNFILMS / MARSHALL STREET STUDIOS)

Polyrap Queen Clariayh Bo$$ is sending SHOTS on latest dropĀ ‘BVNTA’,Ā reminding the scene that she was racking up millions of views in her Melbourne bedroom before many others started rapping. She handles her first swerve into the drill lane with ease, chillin on a throne at her studio home surrounded by her cousins. Statement.

 

FMB – SOUTHSIDE
(JUSTPLAY MEDIA)

South Perth collectiveĀ FMB arrive with an infectious summer tune sure to be appreciated by anyone who vibes a 90’s West Coast throwback. The four members natural chemistry is evident as they comfortably transition between verses and put the 6171 on the map.

 

KID DAVE – TALK IT OUT
(TMC MEDIA)

Melbourne’sĀ Kid Dave is the latest name to emerge from the South-East of the lockdown city and makes his entrance with calculated autotune flows and vulnerable, introspective lyricism on ‘Talk It Out’. Another street shot clip from TMC showcasing the expansive African talent bubbling in the 3k.

 

LAUREN. – WORK FOR THE MONEY
(NO1 NETWORK)

Bouncing on a banging Korky Buchek beat is Sydney’sĀ Lauren. coming through on brand with a seductive, unapologetic visual. Reminiscent of the 80’s cult classic ‘Perfect‘Ā there’s plenty of spandex and choreography at the ‘twerkshop’Ā where you can prepare your moves for when the club dancefloors open again.

 

Curated by Frank Tremain and Matthew Craig.

 

 

 

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