XT – The Introduction

Writing, performing and getting straight up blazed are XT’s fundamental passions. Sorry… fun-but-mental passions. His sound touches on pop whilst containing raw, some would even say shocking, but mostly humorous content. XT is open to all sounds and genres, with a love for the unusual and especially the cliché. Complex rhyme schemes and heavy snares top his list. But all around, he likes to say he is an hip hop artist with a touch of “fuck off if you don’t like it.” XT is releasing his debut album, The Introduction, September 1st, 2012. The first single from XT – The … Continue reading XT – The Introduction

P-Money Interview on Sky’High

A few weeks ago, New Zealand producer P-Money shared his thoughts and experiences on twitter, regarding the production he did with newly signed Elefant Traks member Sky’high. We caught up with P to delve a little deeper in to his role on the Your Highness EP. Check that out below. How did you first come across Sky’high and what were your first impressions? I first saw Sky’high rhyming on a YouTube video early last year posted by Sydney’s Fbi Stolen Records.  After watching that video I asked my mate Sam Dutch from Grindin’ to introduce us (I was hyped). We met … Continue reading P-Money Interview on Sky’High

Exclusive: Sky’high Interview

Sky’high is Australia’s most compelling hip hop artist yet who displays a raw and aggressive style born from the gutters of Sydney. Tough as nails from a glance but catch a glimpse of that disarming smile and you get a hint there’s a lot more to this character than meets the eye. Sky’high drops another taste from her upcoming Forever Sky High EP. P-Money provides the killer Don Dada beat for Sky to rip apart with raw lyrics and that signature Sydney flow. aahh: Your first ‘official’ track ‘Look At Me Now’ has gained a lot of attention, with spins on Triple … Continue reading Exclusive: Sky’high Interview

Sky’high – Look At Me Now

Sky’high is Australia’s most compelling Hip Hop artist yet who displays a raw and aggressive style born from the gutters of Sydney. Tough as nails from a glance but catch a glimpse of that disarming smile and you get a hint there’s a lot more to this character than meets the eye. Growing up in the Housing commissions of Maroubra and Ultimo surrounded by a lifestyle of drugs, alcohol and violence it’s a surprise Sky found the will to do anything other than succumb to criminal influences and/or depression. Yet Sky channeled the frustration and despair of her upbringing into … Continue reading Sky’high – Look At Me Now