After touring the world, & returning to play one of the biggest music festivals in Australia, Splendour In The Grass, African-Australian artist MANU CROOKS has dropped a special collab track […]
After touring the world, & returning to play one of the biggest music festivals in Australia, Splendour In The Grass, African-Australian artist MANU CROOKS has dropped a special collab track “Best Years” with fellow Western Sydney artists B Wise and Lil Spacely.
Manu Crooks has consistently made waves internationally over the past twelve months. From his breakout single “Everyday” immediately added to world-renowned radio station triple j, to his Beats 1 Radio & Zane Lowe-endorsed “Blowin’ Up” & “Assumptions”, Manu Crooks has surpassed any definitive entry level status to loud anticipation.
His debut mood forever project, executively produced by Miracle & DOPAM!NE, displayed Manu’s innate ability to swerve in an unpredictable trajectory while sustaining his thematic moodiness. This effort continued into 2018 with “Buddy Buddy” appearing on Spotify covers worldwide, “Presence” being added to New Music Friday in the US, and “Different League” (filmed in Paris) being praised by UK press while touring in Europe in January.
Manu Crooks’ most recent single “Fuego” has set Crooks into the limelight with rotation on triple j (AUS) & Kiss Fresh (UK), over 4 million streams on Spotify, as well as a world tour which included a massive Toronto show with ASAP Ferg and a European tour with SAINt JHN.