Jim Steps Chats With Emcee Kerser

Jim Steps sits down with Emcee Kerser to discuss his brand new album Next Step. Kerser speaks openly about his feelings on 360, Allday, triple j and the local hip hop scene. He also addresses criticisms he has received around his lyrical content, including the glorification of drugs and more. You can check out the full chat below. Kerser is currently on his National Next Step Tour, tickets are available by following the link here. Purchase Album  ||  Twitter  ||  Official  ||  Tickets Continue reading Jim Steps Chats With Emcee Kerser

Obese Records Friday Fatlist By Jim Steps

Jim Steps on that Obese Records Friday Fatlist tip. 01. The Almighty RSO ft. Mobb Deep – Wars On The Almighty RSO are a crew from Boston, Massachusetts. One of their first breakthroughs was winning the ICA B-Town Rap Battle in 1986. In 1988 they released the single, “We’re Notorious.” It wasn’t until 1996 that the crew produced their first full length LP titled Doomsday: Forever RSO which included the single Wars On feat. Mobb Deep. I can remember the first time I ever heard this track, it was in my best mates older brothers bedroom. We had snuck in … Continue reading Obese Records Friday Fatlist By Jim Steps

The 93 Mixtape (mixed by Dazed) – A Peak Street x DFTC Project

In Peak Street’ Magazine’s humble, yet godddam correct, opinion – 1993 was a vintage year for hip hop. 36 Chambers, Doggystyle, Midnight Marauders, 93 Til Infinity, Bacdafuccup, Slaughtahouse, Black Sunday, Lethal Injection, Return of the Boom Bap, Enta Da Stage and Buhloone Mind State are just a hint of the classic albums which hit speakers in the nine-trey. Timeless music. To pay homage to this most awesome of hip hop years, Peak Street put a call out to all Australian MC’s to drop some bars over some classic beats from the year 1993 for a mixtape. All heads had to … Continue reading The 93 Mixtape (mixed by Dazed) – A Peak Street x DFTC Project