Collected from the New Hip-Hop Videos From Aus playlist; as always, highlighting the latest and best videos year-round from across the AU. Don’t miss out! Subscribe to our channel to be the first across the hottest new clips. Here are a few of our weekly favs but there are thousands to watch in our Youtube playlist! Which video are you into this week? Slam the comments with who we missed…

(João Marco Deloie)

Stripped from his latest EP MAN ON THE GO, Agung Mango presents visuals to ‘foRRest’ featuring MAMMOTH. The Melbourne-based artist glides his trademark smooth flow over the jazzy, bass-heavy and soulful production by Finbar Stuart. Directed by João Marco Deloie, the music video focuses on his escape from city life and transitions from B&W to coloured visuals as the track’s immaculate beat switch hits. Offering his serene delivery, the fellow Picked Last member MAMMOTH is one of three features on the EP alongside Genesis Owusu on ‘GUAP POP’ and A81yann on ‘INTERTWINED’.

(Directed by Kreezy Visions)

Mwayz, formerly part of Melbourne-based trio Hp Boyz, delivers his solo debut with new single ‘Red Flags’. Over the bouncy, reggae-infused production by Palaze, the Hampton Park rapper returns with punchy raps and the melodies to match. Speaking on ‘Red Flags’ and his recent absence, Mwayz shares: “I can’t wait to show you guys all my music I’ve been working on and I’m excited for you guys to join me on my journey as a solo artist.” Directed and edited by Kreezy Visions, the music video finds Mwayz sat upon the iron throne re-introducing himself in his first appearance since Hp Boyz’ Afterparty in 2021.

(Directed by Angel Archive & Nathan Simich)

Having long teased her tongue-in-cheek track on TikTok, Australian-born Vietnamese artist Srirachi shares ‘Suckin On My Titties’. Produced by Nerdie, the sexually liberating new single recounts “a genuine memory, fresh off the presses.” Directed by Angel Archive and Nathan Simich, the accompanying music video cheekily relives the experience. Following ‘U Want More Sir?’ from earlier in the year, ‘SOMT’ is another sassy and fiery addition to the Melbourne rapper’s discography. Srirachi has been a force to be reckoned with since her 2020 debut, and the bangers aren’t looking to stop any time soon.

(Directed by James K Lowe & Nicole Miller-Wong)

New Zealand rapper David Dallas updates fans on his hiatus with his 2022 debut ‘Seems Impossible (Freestyle)’. Following his last single ‘42 Below’ and the 10th year anniversary tour of The Rose Tint, the vulnerable new offering is masked by Dallas’ cutthroat delivery and the volatile drill production by Lil Petkoski and Ron.Adg. Directed, shot and edited by James K Lowe and Nicole Miller-Wong, the music video follows the veteran emcee around the house – a visual reference to the freestyle’s introspective and introverted aura. While David Dallas debuted over 20 years ago, it only takes him a quick two-minute freestyle to remind everyone of just how good he is.

(SNDR Films)

Nowra’s own Nooky delivers a powerful statement on Australia’s long-standing racist history with ‘Black and White’. Produced by Rahj Jordan, the carefully placed piano keys set the tempo for Nooky’s charged delivery as he grapples between anger and anguish. Filmed on Gadigal Land, the B&W music video by SNDR Films maintains all the focus on the Sydney-based artist’s compelling social commentary. Nooky continues to shine light on the abhorrent injustices of Indigineous Australians with ‘Black and White’ marking his second release of the year, off the back of the poignant ‘Run Dingo’.

(Directed by Cameron Howes)

Scoobietunes shares ‘That’s Life’ featuring Azza-D as the first taste of his next EP. The narrative-based single finds the Illawarra-based rapper in a blasé frame of mind over the piano keys and hip-hop instrumental mixed and mastered by BAZ. Directed by Cameron Howes, the comical music video is his first set of visuals in 2022, following his biggest track to date ‘Arrogant C***’. ‘That’s Life’ pays homage to the 2000s era of Australian hip-hop with its strong storytelling and catchy and carefree hook.

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