Original artwork by the lord @acidic_daniel. “Everywhere in the North [of Brisbane] is like a little bit dodgy, and I kinda like that. It’s like… it’s so adlay; it’s so street,” Sidney Phillips says with a chuckle. “I love Morayfield, I love walking around outside with the trees and shit. Having a chop in the … Continue reading The Sidney Phillips Interview
I met up with Hamza earlier in the year, on his birthday, to talk about his new project, his first exposure to hip-hop through a D12 CD, balancing his Western and Pakistani identities in his music, Islam in hip-hop, shuffling at lunchtime, his unorthodox creative process, working with SOLLYY and Murli, what needs to be change in the Australian rap scene and more.
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