NEW AUS VIDS: ONEFOUR, SWITCH, SAHXL
Bringing you the latest wrap-up from our New Hip-Hop Videos From Aus playlist on Youtube. Your one stop shop to stay updated with the latest clips from the AU. Here’s 5 of our favourites to drop in the last week. Jump in the comments on socials to let us know which clips you’re into – and be sure to subscribe to our channel on Youtube! ?
ONEFOUR X DUTCHAVELLI X CARNAGE – BETTER
(MADDY KING / MILLER BEST)
Fresh off the release of their debut project, Western Sydney powerhouse OneFour deliver one of the biggest budget and most impressive clips of the year. A drill showcase with J-Emz and Spenny going back to back over a monstrous Carnage beat before UK’s Dutchavelli slams home a feature. Throw in some Poker Machine after effects because why not?! Massive.
SWITCH – ONE MORE
(SHORT STACK PRODUCTIONS)
Independent Brisbane rapper Switch offers a poignant insight into the battles of addiction on latest drop One More. Highlighting the spiralling effects of substance abuse, she spits crisply delivering an insightful and heart-wrenching narrative with powerful and confronting visuals to boot.
CG FEZ – LIKE WHEN?
(TRISTAN STEFAN EDOUARD)
Area storyteller CG Fez continues on his path of introspection on latest cut Like When? a reflective ode to the struggles of life in Western Sydney. While managing to walk a line between drill and boom-bap, the emcee offers a unique perspective speaking against a life impacted by loss and incarceration. The touching of inclusion of children in the video clip drives the message home.
EZRA JAMES – F.M.U (FREE MY USO)
43 rep, recording artist, boxer and cultural presence Ezra James drops a new freestyle clip titled F.M.U (Free My Uso) a tribute to his locked homies. Always delivering delicious melodic runs, the Brisbane talent caps off a stellar 2020 with this dynamic offering.
SAHXL – THE KID FREESTYLE
We’ve said it before. We’ll say it again. Sahxl is next up. He first appeared on our radar via an early 2019 link-up with Yuvi.I and has since been endorsed by The Kid LAROI. Still in his teens but with an ever evolving sonic maturity, he’ll be global before long. The Kid Freestyle is merely a taste of what this melodic prodigy is capable of. A dark visual aesthetic perfectly captures the mood for his calm before the storm.