NEW AUS VIDS: CHILLINIT, SEVY, DENNI

Want to catch the latest and best music videos coming out of the AU? You need to only check one spot. Our New Hip-Hop Videos From Aus playlist on Youtube is updated daily with the very best new clips emerging from the culture. Be sure to subscribe to our channel and read below about our favourite music videos recently. Which one is your fav? Let us know on our socials! ????

 

SEVY – TING
(JEREMY ELPHICK)

Zambian born, Sydney based emcee Sevy comes through with eerie Kubrick like visuals for new single Ting. Produced by Utility, the repetitive refrain, booming drums and unique whispery cadence create a 2016 Savage Mode type atmosphere. Heat.

 

CHILLINIT – ON HOLD
(JOSEPH PLUMB)

Hurstville King ChillinIt pulls one out of the vault to announce his rescheduled tour dates for 2021. On Hold is the first drop from an imminent new mixtape on which Chill delivers his usual wordplay and intricate flows  – juxtaposing his lifestyle of success and fame, with the crushing lows of addictions and  relationships.

 

TANBOYMIGUEL & TANITO 930 – RARA
(10DANIEL16)

NZ rapper TanBoyMiguel dropped this in July 2020 but is truly living somewhere out in the distant future. Rara was released via Youtube mega-channel FCK THEM and sees TBM linking with Spanish vocalist Tanito 930 and their posse in a lit laundromat scene. Early Lil Uzi Vert vibes here with the glitche edits and subtitling.

 

DENNI – RUNAWAYS FT. GREELEY
(JOSH HICKIE)

Tasmanian linkup from DENNI and Oz Hip-Hop OG Greeley. On new drop Runaways the two go back and forth blending indie-folk and rap on a tale about crossing paths via separate worlds. This is the first drop from the pending EP of the same name from the proud Pakana woman.

 

HEFTY – MY WAY
(MOEYTHEDIRECTOR)

Hefty pulls back the veil on the reality of life in Western Sydney on new release My Way blending vulnerable raps with a luscious melodic hook showcasing his duel talents. While the masked-up, hard-hitting drill aesthetic has been the dominant force in Aus, and particularly, Sydney hip-hop in 2020, Hefty highlights the potential future of the evolving sub-genre.

 

Curated by Frank Tremain and Matthew Craig.

 

 

 

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