ChillinIt: The First Interview
At 17, ChillinIt almost lost his way. Over a lengthy conversation in Melbourne, we learn how a brief stint in rehab, a few years as a tradie, and a whole lot of hard work landed the 24-year-old a spot on the ARIA charts (and that Chrysler he’d been dreaming of).
The New Locals: SUPEREGO
The Fremantle five-piece on alter egos, studio dynamics, and what’s next.
Fki 1st Is Still Bringing That Good Gas
The ATL producer talks about his relationship with Travis Scott, working with upcoming artists, and finding inspiration behind a dumpster.
Skepta: Grime’s Global Ambassador
With the release of his new album ‘Ignorance is Bliss’, we chat to five of our favourite local acts about Skepta's impact down under.
The New Locals: Gibrillah
The West Sydney rapper on his new single ‘Beamer’, Bodega Collective, and wanting to collaborate with Thandi Phoenix.
Acclaim Digital Cover 001: Duckwrth
South Central’s Duckwrth talks his new EP The Falling Man, his love for Bad Brains, and maintaining a positive mental attitude.
One Day Break Down Their Top 5 Sets
The Australian rap supergroup turned party crew give us the rundown on their party highlights over the years.
The Simple Truth of Jamila Woods
She's coming out of her Saturn Return and into her legacy.
Jammer Lives a Life of Grime
The BBK member and grime pioneer explains the genre’s cultural impact, the Ian Wright incident, and collecting the Infinity Stones.
The New Locals: Phil Fresh
The Sydney rapper talks his new single, wrestling, and how the first beat he ever made ended up at schoolies.
Jimothy Is No Joke
The Camden artist on his evolution from meme to musician and how life is getting quite exciting.
Anderson .Paak Stays Smiling
The Oxnard native on what not to wear to Coachella, nurturing his friends, and his new album ‘Ventura’.
The New Locals: Ojikae
The Melbourne R&B singer on his new single 'Ex' and his unwavering love for 'The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'.
Etta Bond’s Homecoming
The London singer on falling in love and what it took to come into her own.