Tanya Morgan – “We Rollin”

“It’s about the road life, and some of the perks and indulgences that come with it,” says Von Pea about the Brizzo-produced song, which was inspired by real events and experiences from past tours. With lyrics like, “And if you see me in your city then take off work/ You got a pretty pair of t——s then take off shirt,” the unapologetic and funky jam transports the listener to a post-show party, where Tanya Morgan is found wading in a baby pool full of rumbling piano bass lines, handclaps, and supreme DJ cuts, compliments of DJ Low Key.

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hasHBrown x Guilty Simpson – “Break The Chain”

On the track, co-produced with Chris Rockaway (hB makes beats under the alas Jett I. Masstyr), hasHBrown gets both spiritual and aggressive as he criticizes his own culture in a thought-provoking manner. “I’m speaking about whether enslaved ancestors would be proud of what we’ve made from the debts they paid,” explains hasHBrown. “No matter what our circumstances or obstacles we face, we still have the opportunity to do better.” For Guilty Simpson, being a part of the song was a pleasure, and, according to hasH, the Detroit rapper was “happy to finally get a feature that was ‘talking about something.’ It made me feel like he respected my vision,” explains hasH on working with Guilty, “just to get him on a record was a great experience.”

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New Era x Mark Drew Collabo

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ACCLAIM Magazine sat down with Sydney born and bred, Tokyo based, Graphic Artist and co-founder of China Heights gallery Mark Drew to get the lowdown on his hat design for New Era. Mark Drew is the first in a forthcoming series of local collaborations with New Era Australia.