12 Songs, 48 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Urthboy has long been an outspoken political voice in Australian hip-hop, but his fifth solo album finds him merging cultural observations with his own personal history. Bittersweet opener “Long Loud Hours” details a famous Sydney prison break over mournful piano, while the fatherhood meditation “Daughter of the Light” and reflective pop of “The Arrow” show Urthboy reminiscing deeply on his roots. With dynamic, on-point production from the likes of Hermitude, Pip Norman and Styalz Fuego, this album finds the incisive rapper more penetrating than ever.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Urthboy has long been an outspoken political voice in Australian hip-hop, but his fifth solo album finds him merging cultural observations with his own personal history. Bittersweet opener “Long Loud Hours” details a famous Sydney prison break over mournful piano, while the fatherhood meditation “Daughter of the Light” and reflective pop of “The Arrow” show Urthboy reminiscing deeply on his roots. With dynamic, on-point production from the likes of Hermitude, Pip Norman and Styalz Fuego, this album finds the incisive rapper more penetrating than ever.

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