Peezo My Way Official Video

The Oldschool Futuristic rapper, Peezo has today premiered his brand new clip for the hot new single My Way. “I do it my way” seems to be a recurring theme for the Byron Bay born kid, now based in Melbourne’s North side; fresh off the back of his banging west coast influenced track Skeletons, Peezo brings you the video for My Way a smooth, keys driven, R&B influenced track from Old School Futuristic; centered around the distractions and doubters that constantly pigeon-hole him as an artist. This honest and catchy track from Peezo is a must listen with the impressive visuals … Continue reading Peezo My Way Official Video

Peezo Live Bars @ TRNSMT

Three words; Old. School. Futuristic. It’s been a year coming, but it’s been worth it for the fans; drawing on contemporary Australian and throwback American sounds, this project is the perfect medium. Predominately produced by in-demand producer Cam Bluff (Illy, Hilltop Hoods & Allday) Peezo has taken a huge step forward from Thanks Heaps with the rhyme patterns, melodies and songwriting reaching the potential displayed in parts with early singles Water, Vibe Out and the latest The Come Up. The diversity is apparent from the smooth RnB/Hip-hop track My Way to the boom bap of Vibe Out through to the new school banger The Come … Continue reading Peezo Live Bars @ TRNSMT

Interview: Fraksha – Bars, Beats & Bangers

Earning his stripes in the UK’s underground live circuit, Fraksha has proven himself to be one of the UK’s finest MC’s. As a founding member of the UK outfit Nine High, Fraksha spent time honing his craft and sold out two mixtapes, a testament to his tenure in the UK scene. Fraksha now presents his debut full length player, My Way, and it’s out now. aahh: Was the title for the LP ‘My Way’ an obvious choice? Fraksha: Yeah pretty much it was. I had a couple of different working titles while I was recording, but towards the end while I was listening back to tracks, … Continue reading Interview: Fraksha – Bars, Beats & Bangers

Fraksha – So Long (Prod. Nebs)

Earning his stripes in the UK’s underground live circuit, Fraksha has proven himself to be one of the UK’s finest MC’s. Having shared the stage with artists like Skinnyman, Kano, Klashnekoff & Blak Twang as a founding member of the UK outfit Nine High, Fraksha spent time honing his craft and sold out two mixtapes, a testament to his tenure in the UK scene.   Most recently, Fraksha has released his first solo offering It’s Just Bars, the first official grime release to come out of Australia. It’s Just Bars, mixed by DJ Affiks and featuring production from M-Phazes (M.O.P, Pharoahe Monch), Loco (Joe Budden, Miss Dynamite), Juzlo, Youthful Implants, has received great … Continue reading Fraksha – So Long (Prod. Nebs)

Fraksha – Creepin’

March 1st will see someone new to the Broken Tooth Entertainment fold. Fraksha, well known around the grime and hip-hop scene and for his involvement in the group Smash Brothers, will be releasing My Way. Smash Brothers have featured recently on Sky’High’s “Reign” Remix and been setting that buzz for a minute and killing the grime scene. If you ain’t familiar, get familiar. To set things in motion, Fraksha presents Creepin‘, produced by Filth Collins, it’s some of that grime influenced double time rap Fraksha’s known for. Featuring none other than Smash Brothers cohort Diem and Nine High affiliate Brinks. … Continue reading Fraksha – Creepin’

Fraksha – My Way

Earning his stripes in the UK’s underground live circuit, Fraksha has proven himself to be one of the UK’s finest MC’s. Having shared the stage with artists like Skinnyman, Kano, Klashnekoff & Blak Twang as a founding member of the UK outfit Nine High, Fraksha spent time honing his craft and sold out two mixtapes, a testament to his tenure in the UK scene.   Opting to move to the greener pastures of Australia in 2006, after a previous visit in 2002/03, Fraksha hit the ground running, joining Aria Award winning Bliss N Eso on their sold out Get Loose … Continue reading Fraksha – My Way

Seven – Floated EP

Buoyed with the success of single Good Thing, Seven continues his run into 2012 with the release of his second EP, Floated. Floated is a step-up for the Gold Coast emcee, distanced from the fickle politics of the scene, Seven has continued his trademark upbeat and honest take on the genre. The EP covers successes, failures, long nights and unhealthy addictions to game consoles over a mixed bag of talented producers. Seven and M-Phazes again team up on synth-heavy My Way with the assistance of Yale vocalist, Stefan Emslie. Brisbane label-mate Cam Bluff (Vegas Aces) also contributes along with Mdusu, … Continue reading Seven – Floated EP