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9 thoughts on “ Drop A Thought - Shan Frenzie - Show & Prove - Australian Hip Hop From 2011 (CDr)

  1. Jul 24,  · It’s an exciting time for Australian music as a whole, but hip-hop acts are rising at an unprecedented rate. In a genre which has too long been dominated by the old guard, we’re currently.
  2. I’m an Aussie, just wondering what people though of Aussie rappers, I know a few of you might have heard of Bliss n Eso or Hilltoop Hoods, they’ve toured all around the world, and they spit bars.
  3. Shan Frenzie Tribute To Michael Jackson by Shan Frenzie. Topics Soul, Funk, Disco. GROOVE THERAPY has been broadcasting every Friday lunchtime 12pm on 2SER FM around the greater Sydney metropolitan area since SHOW ALL. IN COLLECTIONS. Podcasts.
  4. Oct 07,  · A new breed of Australian hip-hop artists from Indigenous, Sikh, African and other backgrounds are facing up to the racism and injustices that fuelled the original movement in .
  5. May 28,  · Maundz talks about the comparisons between Australian Hip Hop in the mid ’s compared to now. Reminisces on the days of going on Top .
  6. Apr 01,  · Hau discusses his thoughts on artists from Australia using the U.S accent in their raps, shares his thoughts on Iggy Azalea and her appearance on Sway .
  7. Australian hip hop is within the scope of the WikiProject Regional and national music, an attempt at building a resource on the music of all the peoples and places of the guabnetdmembrebeddatiridmezarpoxi.coinfo visit the project's listing to see the article's assessment and to help us improve the article as we push to Start This article has been rated as Start-Class on the project's quality scale.
  8. Between October 6, and sometime around , Miguel D’Souza hosted The Mothership Connection, a weekly hip-hop show on Sydney community radio 2SER-FM. The show featured many, many MC’s, DJ’s and even graf writers and b-boys and b-girls of the Sydney hip hop scene as regular guests. Sydney’s first hip hop show started in October
  9. To me, Australian hip hop — or at least the stuff I've heard — seems to be more pop than R&B and as much about melody as flow. Urthboy's "No Rider" is the song I always think of when I'm asked to name an Australian hip hop song I like, but it's near impossible to find online for some reason.

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