Yet another Friday rolls around and we’ve got your back for another Ca$$$h Of The Week, full of Australia’s hottest sounds.
Check the talent below and stay up to date – courtesy of AUD’$.
WEBBY – CUT [MUSIC VIDEO]
Melbourne’s emo-rap superstar Webby shows us what he does best in Cut – an uplifting record wrapped in melancholic guitars and heartbreaking vocals. You can hear how far Webby is coming as a songwriter with every record and this one is no exception to the rule. This song is from his album Getting There Slowly and is complemented by visuals from Angus Haworth. Big.
KIDDO – STUDIO
Australian export Kiddo is making huge moves in Canada, and Studio showcases the reason she’s already been snapped up internationally. This record drips in sauce, shining a light on Kiddo’s strength within the pop realm – then makes you double back when it gets to her verse. Visuals from GDot make for an extremely well-executed package overall. What’s up next for Kiddo?
BRANDON STONE FT YABBBY JONES – WAY UP
Melbourne artists Brandon Stone and Yabby Jones sound perfect together on this anthem. Blending Yabby Jones’ impressively strong singing ability with Brandon Stone’s laid-back yet meticulous verses, Way Up will stick in your head for some time. The booming instrumental is sure to get crowds moving & we can’t wait to see this one live.
BLACKHEART FT SPACEGIRL GEMMY – STATIC SHOCK [MUSIC VIDEO]
Melbourne based Blackheart is from the USA originally and this trap banger shows that hip-hop comes naturally to Blackheart. Spacegirl Gemmy blesses the track with a fire verse of her own, all of this over a crazy beat from Lonemoon. The visuals from Elliot Green are playful, smooth & Earl Sweatshirt-esque – trippy scenes and transitions complement the bounce of the record well. Dope.
THE KID LAROI – BLESSINGS/BOSS UP [MUSIC VIDEO]
Sydney sider The Kid Laroi is still in his early teens (let that sink in) and he is already making waves taller than most. Blessings/Boss Up is a celebration – it’s as simple as that. Youthful exuberance in every note, yet laced with maturity beyond his years, The Kid Laroi swaggers on you in this. Visuals from Julian Machuca are grimy & clean at the same time. Sheesh.
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