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Obese TV – Episode 1

The long awaited first full length episode of Obese TV is here. With an dope new format inclusive of segments such as ‘New Releases’, ‘Classics’, ‘Obese Retail’, ‘Spotlight’, ‘Backstage Pass’ and more, Obese TV will be hosted by a different member of the scene for each episode. In Episode 1 of Obese TV we visit master graphic designer Ben Funnell […]

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P-Link – Turn The Tables

The second clip from the Obesecity 2 compilation has gone live this week! P-Link’s Turn the Tables is the second single from the national dual disc effort, produced by Must, with cuts from Secondhand DJ’s. A truly innovative video, credits again go to the remarkable crew at Full Clip. You can purchase Obesecity 2 from iTunes, Soul Clap Records, or from any […]

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Skryptcha – Mindful (Out Now)

Skryptcha has a knack for making the philosophical non-confrontational. His second masterpiece Mindful is not unlike it’s creator; preceptive, sharp and ahead of its time. After the notoriety surrounding previous LP Numb3rs, and break out EP Left to Write, the slick young wordsmith has found time to knock out a Journalism degree, and travel substantially. Crafted during the most pivotal years […]

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Obesecity 2

10 years ago, at a time when Australian hip hop was still struggling to be heard, Obese Records released Obesecity. Invited from all corners of the country, emcees and producers hungry to showcase their skills contributed tracks, unbeknownst of the powerful ripple effect it would create. Bolstered by the humble independent label, the compilation birthed a generation of hip hop heavyweights, recognised today […]

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Obesecity 2 – Track List Revealed

10 years ago, at a time when Australian hip hop was still struggling to be heard, Obese Records released Obesecity. Invited from all corners of the country, emcees and producers hungry to showcase their skills contributed tracks, unbeknownst of the powerful ripple effect it would create. Bolstered by the humble independent label, the compilation birthed a generation of hip hop […]