The Super-Sample-Flip-Comp – Vegas Aces

In anticipation for the debut Vegas Aces release V.A.ALL.DAY (Feb 4th) your good friends in VA and Born Fresh have decided to host a sexy little competition.  Cam Bluff is fast becoming a new go-to-guy for production (Spit Syndicate, The Tongue, The Optimen, Pure Product, Raven etc) and we want you to put him to the test. Basically we want you to submit a sample/sound for Cam to flip and make an exclusive beat out of. The sample can be anything – an old or new song of whatever genre, ad music, movie score, a beatboxing parrot, whatever you think would … Continue reading The Super-Sample-Flip-Comp – Vegas Aces

Crate Creeps – Where Do I Begin feat. Tommy Illfigga

This is the first clip taken from the Crate Creeps debut album – It’s About That Time. The track titled Where Do I Begin features Tommy Ill on the mic. Have you been waiting for that real head nod hip hop and banging beats paired with some of the highest calibre emcees Australia has to offer? Well then wait no longer because It’s About That Time! Born Fresh Records presents the debut album from Brisbane’s own production duo the Crate Creeps  (DJ Butcher and Tommy Illfigga.) Featuring a stellar line-up and hard-hitting beats It’s About That Time is guaranteed to … Continue reading Crate Creeps – Where Do I Begin feat. Tommy Illfigga

allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Born Fresh Records (Part 1)

A vision manifested is the most apt way to describe Born Fresh Records. Spawned by the need for a label which supplies management and promotion of quality music within the Australian Hip Hop scene Born Fresh came into being. The label itself was the brainchild of four like-minded established artists who recognised the need for a vessel that could carry and cater to the volume of rising artists within Australia’s flourishing Hip Hop scene. Recently organising MGM distribution for all Born Fresh release’s and booking in several Australia wide tours, expect to hear big things from all Born Fresh artists … Continue reading allaussie hip hop’s spotlight on: Born Fresh Records (Part 1)