There is a consensus amongst hip-hop fans that a further decline in living standards will ultimately benefit the genre.
Halfway through our interview Michael Graham stops me mid-question. “We might just see what these kids want,” he says, grinning slightly. I juggle phones and cameras as five young boys climb all over him, posing for photos and shaking his hand. In the background of each snap is the Walgett Showground and a stage where…
Bianca Healey talks feminism and rap.
Matt Clarke is ready to dance when the vamp up. Azealia Banks has what every young artist dreams of: buzz. Late last year, the 20 year old rapper released her debut single ‘212,’ which rocket-launched the Harlem singer from total unknown, to industry up and comer.