Kerser dropped KING on Nov 14th and by 8am he shot up to #1 on the iTunes hip hop chart followed by securing #4 on the main iTunes chart, battling it out with boy band One Direction, rock group Nickelback and pop superstar Taylor Swift. KING also came in at #1 on the ARIA Urban chart and #2 on the Australian ARIA album chart. The upcoming King National Tour dates have been announced.The KING will be visiting each capital city in early 2015 to bring you live performances from his brand new album plus your favourite classics. Stay tuned for … Continue reading King Kerser Lands On The ARIA Charts
KING Is By Far His Best And Most Accessible, Despite Being The Most Brutal! A success story no one predicted, MC Kerser is the most polarising voice in Australian hip hop, epitomising the notoriously hard-living suburbs of Sydney’s outer west. With trademark, unapologetic, honesty, KING documents Kerser’s incredible trajectory from his stomping ground in Sydney’s West [‘C-Town’], the fight he’s undertaken to get out [‘Put Life in Rap’] and the hard-won realisation that success creates its own problems [‘Forever’.] Though championed by the marginalised society he emerged from, some early fans have fallen by the wayside, accusing Kerser of flaunting … Continue reading Kerser Interview 4th LP KING Drops Tomorrow
This week the brand new album from Hilltop Hoods Walking Under Stars has debuted at #1 on the ARIA charts, and we couldn’t be happier for the boys. There seems to be something right with the world when the Hoods are number 1 in the country. It’s a great time. Shout outs should also go to the amazing guests & producers who helped out on the new record including Aaradhna, Maverick Sabre, Brother Ali, Drapht, Dan Sultan, One Above, SixFour Music, Debate, Cam Bluff & Jamie messenger. In other related Hoods news, it has just been announced that DJ Debris has gotten engaged!! … Continue reading Hilltop Hoods Are Number 1!
Hermitudes remix accompaniment to their critically adored album HyperParadise is out now. It features some electrifying remixes from some of Australia’s best and most hyped producers including M-Phazes, Flume, Ta-Ku and Sampology. Flume leads the charge with a kaleidoscopic reinvention of HyperParadise, filled with epic buildups, swung beat work and classy synths – showing why he’s making waves on the international beats scene. Australia’s hip hop production powerhouse, M-Phazes takes a break from his trademark boom-bap, delivering an addictive disco-fuelled take of Speak of The Devil. The ever prolific Ta-Ku takes HyperParadise into dancefloor destruction mode, proving why he’s one of … Continue reading Hermitude – Parallel Paradise EP
Hilltop Hoods are officially the first Australian act to land at No.1 on the ARIA charts this year, deposing pop star Adele from her top spot with their sixth album titled Drinking From The Sun. It is the hip-hop kings’ third album in a row to debut at No.1, following on from 2006’s The Hard Road and State Of The Art in 2009. Only Michael Buble, Foster The People and Lana Del Rey have stolen the No.1 spot from Adele’s juggernaut album 21 this year before the Hoods claimed the top spot this week. The Hoods are now touring the US and … Continue reading Hilltop Hoods – Drinking From The Sun No.1 on ARIA Charts
Triple J, Drapht,The Ayems Records and Fidelity Corporation are incredibly proud and happy to announce the release of Drapht’s new studio album The Life of Riley, as well as the tour to launch said album around the nation. It’s been a long time coming and a hell of a process but we assure you, The Life of Riley has been worth the wait. To quote the man himself, “Never in my life have I put so much time and energy into one single thing. Mentally, the making of this album broke me and drove me to the brink of insanity … Continue reading Drapht – The Life of Riley: Drops April 1 + Download ‘On & On’ for FREE
Nick Lupi from the Spit Syndicate catches up with allaussie hip hop to talk about their new release Exile, touring, competing with hip hop legend Ozi Batla plus more: aahh: Exile has just dropped lads, congrats on the release. Brilliant is something that comes to mind. Tell us a little about the album? Nick Lupi: Big ups Jim, thank you – glad you like it. I much prefer to let the music speak for itself rather than try to describe it with words, but in terms of the album, it’s the culmination of a lot of late nights and long … Continue reading Spit Syndicate – Exile (Interview)