360’s live show is an entire body experience. Playing songs that even I knew, such as Boys Like You, by the end there were songs which I found to enjoy which are on my playlist today, such as I’m Sorry and Tiny Angel, through sheer interest of lyrical content. For me, 360’s story is relatable and inspiring. 360 has a chat with the crowd about his battle with drugs and mentions he is 3 years clean. By this stage, I’m won.
On the 23rd, Divine and Uncle Sam hit up the 459 stage at The Rosemount Hotel to launch the EP, 7.
What a well-rounded exciting show. The venue was lit. From the minute I arrived, my eyes were glued to the stage with different acts every 20 minutes! From battle roasting to burlesque to hip-hop to hardcore, there was something for everyone.
“Poncho is my MFing boy – and it’s a tragedy that he isn’t around day to day with me anymore.”
“I’m not a big artist or nothing – this shit has never paid well, but I knew that was going be the case when I decided to go down the route I’d done.”
Words by Lochie Pike A dark horse of an MC and producer delivers his fourth LP with the same recipe and ingredients, still tasting ever so good. With hip-hop today being [ … ]
“The crowd seems to be dripping with anticipation.”
“In the interest of leaving something for listeners to unravel themselves, I won’t go into too much detail on each track.”
Words by JOSH LARSEN Last year divine dropped his latest album feelings. He sets the mood at an emotional depth baring all and becoming vulnerable, within the intro to the album.”Just for [ … ]
Fidelity Festival was a well baked celebration with so much to share. From beginning to end, once I got a taste of Fidelity on my plate, there was no questioning [ … ]