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 A creative's guide to life


March 4, 2018

2016 saw the first glimmers of light from the Western Sydney suburbs artist Kwame. A 20 year old student of hip hop who was just finding his legs, when a chance meeting with the legendary A$AP Ferg confirmed the path he now treads.

His stellar debut EP ‘Lesson Learned’...

August 6, 2017

Sydney is home to one of Australia's greatest music industry assets. He is an international DJ/Producer with chart topping songs. A record label owner. He is personally responsible for some of our favourite international acts touring Australia and he has collaborated w...

July 7, 2017

We lost Prince, David Bowie, and George Michael in the same year. We didn’t deserve it but maybe we also didn’t deserve them.

In times like these, when we feel stripped from those who crafted the soundtrack of our past and shaped the way we see the world, we always rush...

June 30, 2017

Lil Uzi Vert & Pharrell Williams share memories of discovering Marilyn Manson, their love and respect for the late great Prodigy of Mobb Deep and the story of how they first met with Scott Vener on Beats 1 Radio.

Watch the videos and listen to his latest releases below:...

June 24, 2017

Khalid stops by Beats 1 Radio to talk to Ebro Darden about dreaming big, performing, his bond with his superwoman mother and his home town.

Watch the full interview and listen to his latest release below:

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June 17, 2017

"As a father with a growing family, it's the least I can do,

but philanthropy is not a long fix,

we have to get rid of these inhumane practices altogether.

We can't fix our broken criminal justice system

until we take on the exploitative bail industry."

Hip hop as a culture...

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