For their first Australian campaign, Champion has partnered with creative and content agency Emotive to launch a new music program titled ‘Revealed’. ‘Revealed’ champions emerging Australian artists by intimately telling their story through video and providing funding and creative support to create world class music videos for new release music.

The first ‘Revealed’ artist is Melbourne Hip Hop act REMI made up of Remi Kolawole and Sensible J. The content series follows their story through to their release of their new single ‘My People’. ‘My People’ is REMI’s first new music since 2016 and is a celebration of all the people closest to the duo.

The music video is their most ambitious video yet and the episodic content gives the audience an intimate view of their people and their music world. For Champion, who has a rich connection to hip hop culture, this is a natural fit. Legends like the Wu-Tang Clan, Rakim and Jay Z were voluntarily wearing the brand making it a streetwear icon in the 90’s. The brand has always represented expression of one’s true self.

As an ode to Champion’s history, the company is supporting today’s hip hop culture in Australia by giving emerging artists their chance in the spotlight.

“Champion is such an iconic brand in today’s streetwear culture. A traditional advertising approach wouldn’t work with our millennial audience – we needed to be truly authentic and embed the brand into culturally relevant environments” said Mahli Pullen, Marketing Manager, Champion “What sets this campaign apart from the many other brands partnering with music properties, is the genuine support the artist receives and subsequent value that is created through the music video.

It’s very rare for emerging musicians to be able to create a premium music video, as well as guaranteed exposure to a wider audience.” Said Andrew Cameron, Creative Director at Emotive.

Episode 1 launched nationally on Thursday 12th April, Episode 2 on Tuesday 17th April and just last week REMI’s new music video launched, check them out.