Oz Hip Hop is poppin' hard right now (pause). Three dope MCs came together, put their solo stuff on hold for a second, formed a group and knocked out a fresh album that's making some serious noise. The fellas took the time to chat with me about the album and other assorted rap singer related nonsense. Peep game.
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Y'all might recall we recently posted the new project from A-Diction, Syntax and Whisper entitled In Good Company. That's some dope shit right there.
The homies have put together a video documenting the making of the project, with candid interviews, inside information and some funny moments. Really cool stuff, check it out.
Y'all might be familiar with the homies Whisper and A-Diction from various mentions on TheMovementFam.com, but alongside their boy Syntax, these fellas came together (pause) for a joint mixtape, In Good Company. Bang.
Check the official word on the project:
"Together the four musicians have created a bond that is reminiscent of some of the most note worthy groups in hip hop history, and featuring a stellar production line up consisting of M-Phazes, Mules (Choose Mics, Hyjak & Torcha), Ciecmate, Jsquared, Lewis One, ATP (Beatkamp Muzik) and Whisper, ‘In Good Company’ will do more than wet the whistles of the eager hip hop loving market, it will forge itself as the standard for all collaborative projects for years to come."
That's right, the homies A-Diction (Boltz and Breach) are back with their latest mixtape, The Three Year Itch. These cats are quite possibly the nicest guys in Australian Hip Hop, and both are mad talented MC's.
This mixtape (which is up for FREE download - just click the cover images) is the prelude to their debut LP as a group, Walkin' Alone, which is set to drop later this year on Formula Recordz.
The Three Year Itch features production from some of Down Under's finest beatsmiths, including M-Phazes, Mules, Ciecmate, Doc Felix and others, and guest spots from Raven (Hungry Humans), Choose Mics, Syntax and more.
From my first brief listen, the fellas have brought the heat once again. I've always been a fan of their steez, and they definitely haven't disappointed here with world class production, while both MC's are constantly stepping up their skills every time I hear them. Get your download on, and stay tuned for their album as they have worked with certain members of The Movement Fam and shit is heatrocks...