NEW HIP-HOP VIDS FROM AUS TO CHECK

Every week we round up some of the best VIDEOS that have been released lately in our Youtube playlistĀ  – ALL worth you checking out. We’ve got another incredible collection from across the entire AU this week.
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DYSPORA – AUSTRALIEN

Adelaide emcee andĀ Playback 808Ā founderĀ DyspOra drops the visuals to the title track of his 2020 EP AustrAlien’. Speaking truths from his experience of an African-Australian in the current socio-political climate, the rapper and activist flows with a natural sauce that is destined to see him reach greater heights.

 

CHILLINIT – SUGAR (LIKE A VERSION)

Aus Rap favouriteĀ ChillinIt steps up to the challenge for his long awaited Like A Version, calling in Lil DijonĀ fromĀ Triple One for the assist as he tackles aĀ BROCKHAMPTON classic. A more musical side to Chill on display as he pours out his heartĀ over acoustic guitars.

 

JAECY – LOVE ME OR NOT

Western Sydney artistĀ Jaecy swerves into an Afrobeats lane on new singleĀ ‘Love Me Or Not’.Ā The classic late-night MTV visuals are both polished and tongue-in-cheek, guaranteed to see this record and Jaecy’s star continue to rise throughout 2020.

 

TRILLA VENUS – RISE FREESTYLE

Young Sydney prodigyĀ Trilla VenusĀ comes through with a new autotune laced freestyle clip. Titled ‘Rise’,the gentle earworm is supported by a low-fi VCR lyric video of TrillaĀ rhyming in the cut. Still on the rise and with some impressive features under his belt, look forward to more from this guy.

 

MITCHOS DA MENACE – DXCKHEADS

The latest visual from rapperĀ Mitchos Da Menace EPĀ ‘Pray For Them’ sees the NSW emcee walking the streets, spitting bars over a banging 808 beat. It’s racked up over 50k in a week and may be one of his strongest moments yet.

 

SHELY210 – TAKING THE PISS

Coming through strong out of South-West Sydney isĀ Shely210.Ā Hasn’t caught the same mainstream attention as other rising Drillers, but it’s only a matter of time. A confidence and presence on the mic likeĀ Sheff GĀ with a dark, moody clip. We might be talking about this one for a minute.