NEW AUS VIDS: THE KID LAROI, JESS MAKAVELI, DUTCHAVELLI FT ONEFOUR

Our New Hip-Hop Videos From Aus playlist on Youtube is your one stop shot for all the best visuals dropping regularly from across the culture. Updated daily and featured weekly, today we’re highlighting 5 of our favourites to drop lately. Got a fav of your own? Let us know on socials and make sure you’re subscribed to our channel on Youtube to be first to know! ?

KXGXN – BOTH
(JAMAL COLORADO)

Around for a minute have been the talented trio of GMC, Natureboy and Kiddo but they’re delivering better than ever on Both. Over pounding production from NB, the emcees are turnt up in a lockdown Melbourne studio filled with good smoke. Solid punches and unique flows from two of the city’s brightest talents.

 

DUTCHAVELLI – BANDO DIARIES REMIX FT. ONEFOUR
(BADBOYRIRI & GABE GASPAR)

Massive global link-up as Birmingham Drill star Dutchavelli calls on ONEFOUR to join his global remix of Bando Diaries. Featuring a host of drill artists from across the world, Spenny and J-Emz go back to back in one of their sharpest verses yet. And one of the most powerful moments of the entire clip. A sign of things to come as they lead towards to their debut project.

 

THE KID LAROI – WRONG FT. LIL MOSEY
(LOGAN PAUL / NOLAN RIDDLE)

What’s there left to say about this star studded line-up? The Kid LAROI continues to raise the bar for the AU culture, this time bringing in Logan Paul to direct his collaboration with Lil Mosey. A high school love setting with a librarian who may be familiar to some, namely Lana Rhoades. Big BIG W.

 

JESS MAKAVELI – MAMACITA
(KB STUDIOS)

Jess Makaveli is a name to watch. Fusing English and Spanish rhymes and delivering with a confidence not seen in many of her more experienced counterparts; if you’re not yet across her early releases, you need to be. Mamacita is the latest and comes with a saucy, late-night clip showcasing the women who really run the city.

 

MANU CROOKS – KILLING ME SOFTLY
(JAEN COLLECTIVE)

When it comes to artistic direction there’s not many touching the combination of Manu Crooks and Jaen Collective. Whether hanging out the side of a Ferrari or battling waves on the rocky shores, Manu looks formidable and has the vocal presence to go with it. Incredible drone shots. Gorgeous styling. A joy to watch.

 

Curated by Frank Tremain and Matthew Craig.

 

 

 

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