The second single Spell On Me, taken from Soliloquy’s forthcoming album There We Were portrays the emcee effortlessly slipping into a rhythmic swing in the new-look Baked Goods studio. The track unapologetically blurs the lines of old and new, all the while encompassing Soliloquy’s trademark wordplay with soulful melodies.
In only a few years, Sensible Antixx have moulded and shaped how Melbourne listens and interacts with hip-hop music. Representing House of Beige’s N’fa Jones, and working closely with afro-punk power house Cool Out Sun, Sensible Antixx are now very pleased to announce the signing of verbally colourful and charismatic Soliloquy.
Soliloquy burst onto the scene at the age of 13, making his debut performance on stage with New York Hip-Hop legend Pharoahe Monch. Quickly finding accommodation in triple j air time, the artist went on to become one of six finalists in triple j’s Unearthed High competition.
Soliloquy has shared the stage with international icons De La Soul, GZA (Wu Tang Clan), The Pharcyde, and Xzibit whilst on Australian shores he’s worked with the likes of Remi, Sensible J, Dylan Joel, Silent Jay, Prequel, ARIA award winning producer Billy Hoyle, and Grammy Award winning producer M-Phazes.
After releasing singles Living In The World and most recently Spell On Me, Soliloquy and Sensible Antixx now announce the artists signing to the creative and reputable booking agency PS Music Group.
Soliloquy will be in the care of senior PS Music Group agent, Will Watson, alongside Tijuana Cartel, Bobby Alu, The Cactus Channel, Sex on Toast, Thando and a slew of great acts.