Anfa Rose “turned more than a few heads” (Highsnobiety) as he prepares the release of his new EP. His singles, “Substance” and “Baby,” both quickly racked up six figure play counts on Spotify and the music video for “Baby” was spotlighted for its “gorgeous cinematography.” (Earmilk) Following the success of last year’s project, Debauched, Anfa Rose’s visibility throughout the music industry has continued to grow. His singles, “Absurd” and “On Top” combined for over 2M streams on Spotify, while noted tastemakers repeatedly praised his “massive potential and outright talent.” (Hillydilly) With a sound that has been described as “effortlessly universal,” (Complex) Anfa Rose has maintained a constant pursuit to expand his perspective. Spending time between Sydney and Morocco along with a passion for history, architecture and design, has all combined to inform Anfa Rose’s Renaissance-like persona. This universal awareness and dedication to his craft are sure to shine through on his soon to be released EP.
Manu Crooks is wrapping up a whirlwind year which included the release of his debut EP, mood forever, tours with both Stormzy and Tory Lanez, and Manu’s own headlining tour sponsored by Noisey. His music has been spreading globally with the video for his breakthrough single, “Everyday,” passing 1.5M views on YouTube and the video for “Day Ones” nearing 1M views. Earning a reputation for his “raw lyricism and seamless flow,” (The Fader) Manu has been gaining fans stateside including ASAP Ferg who brought Manu on stage during a recent Sydney performance. With recent profiles from the likes of Highsnobiety and The Coveteur, and consistent support from Zane Lowe, who debuted Manu’s “Buddy Buddy” on Beats 1 earlier this month, Manu Crooks is bridging hip-hop hemispheres and proving that he “might just be our best hope for Aus hip hop to make a significant impact on the international scene.” (Complex)
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