Dead End Street  - Mr Hill & Rahjconkas

empty starempty starempty starempty starempty star  (0 review)  Write a review    Add to Wishlist  JB Admin
Mr Hill & Rahjconkas - Dead End Street After a highly productive debut year in 2012, March 2013 sees the 2nd single release for one of Australian hiphops hardest working up and coming duo’s Mr Hill & Rahjconkas. In the space of one year they have firmly made a place for themselves in the industry and gained respect and accolades from genre veterans. 
2013 is shaping up to be no different. Since the release of their first single in October 2012 ‘Put the work in’ popularity for this young duo has gained increasingly.  Being chosen by Triple J unearthed to play at Brisbane’s hiphop festival Sprung, saw the boys perform on a major platform with overwhelming support. These newly selected (by Triple J radio), “Next Crop” artists are back with their latest single and title track to the new release. Dead End Street. An energetic brass section with catchy vocal samples line a once again powerful chorus delivered by Rahjconkas. Again showing their solidarity with veteran
  Awaiting Stock – Order Now
FormatCD
Available17-05-2013
SourcedAustralia
$26.99
 
$0.99
This is an estimate only, shipping to your postcode may be more or less. Exact shipping charge is shown at checkout.

Home Delivery

Awaiting Stock: Usually ships in 2-4 working days

Pickup Not
Available



After a highly productive debut year in 2012, March 2013 sees the 2nd single release for one of Australian hiphops hardest working up and coming duo’s Mr Hill & Rahjconkas.

In the space of one year they have firmly made a place for themselves in the industry and gained respect and accolades from genre veterans.
2013 is shaping up to be no different. Since the release of their first single in October 2012 ‘Put the work in’ popularity for this young duo has gained increasingly.  Being chosen by Triple J unearthed to play at Brisbane’s hiphop festival Sprung, saw the boys perform on a major platform with overwhelming support. These newly selected (by Triple J radio), “Next Crop” artists are back with their latest single and title track to the new release. Dead End Street. An energetic brass section with catchy vocal samples line a once again powerful chorus delivered by Rahjconkas. Again showing their solidarity with veteran artists, Australian hiphop legend Muph (Muph & Plutonic) has thrown a guest verse down for this single. Speaking about where he has come from as an artist to where he is now.

With Mr Hill being based in Brisbane QLD, and Rahjconkas in Wagga Wagga NSW, collaborating is always difficult. But with several short trips to each other’s homes this album has again come together quite easily in the space of 10 months. Proving to the critics their constant drive and work ethic. Set to release May 17th around the country, this is a top quality second release from the young boys.  High energy, charismatic, yet at times deep and thought provoking. This young pair has been dubbed by Brisbane’s scene magazine as ‘The Next Big Thing’ in 2013, and after the response from ‘Put the Work In’ their rapidly growing fan base would certainly agree..

empty starempty starempty starempty starempty star  (0 review)  Write a review    Add to Wishlist  JB Admin
Be the first to write a review for this title
Related Offers
Classic CollectionBecause The InternetBeg For MercyBring It Back

Classic Collection

$6.99 (AUD)

Because The Internet

$19.99 (AUD)

'because the internet' is the highly anticipated sophomore album by Childish Gambino

Beg For Mercy

$17.99 (AUD)

Bring It Back

$26.99 (AUD)

The third studio album from Australian hip hop sensation Illy comes in the form of Bring It Back. Described by the popular emcee as "a heart album", the LP was not stylistically intended to follow up from its predecessor The Chase. Reflective of the scene behind the genre, Bring it Back is largely a collaborative album, including all manner of vocal and production guests.Having built his friendships and networks over a fruitful career thus far, Illy set about selecting vocal appearances from both well-known and underground emcees, Bring It Back features Pez, Thundamentals, Reason, Mantra, Grey Ghost, Raven, and more. Production credits going to M-Phazes, Trails, Taku, Billy Hoyle, and One Above. Lyrically Illy employs hindsight to explain the existence of his current philosophies on the industry, relationships, envy, and creativity, as well as the odd trademark bragga

CART SUMMARY

cartshowing 0 of 0 items
subtotal0.00
+ freight0.00

Total$0.00

View Full Cart
View Wish List
My Account
Order History
 
 

Now accepting PayPal