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One of the most openly political forces in Aussie hip-hop, The Herd captured the jubilation of the long-suffering left with “The King Is Dead”, their send-off for Prime Minister John Howard. Even better, they made a head-nodding sing-along refrain out of an earnest call for change. Elsewhere, Summerland further crystallises their trademark trick of grafting pointed commentary to snappy tunes like “Toorali” and the horn-kicked “2020”. And their supergroup setup means we get the accumulated talents of Urthboy, Ozi Batla and Jane Tyrrell—all accomplished solo artists—in full effect.


Formed: 2001

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s

The Herd were a major part of the wave of hip-hop acts that emerged from the Australian underground in 2001 and gained national airplay and crossover success. They later solidified their position, and that of the genre, as more than just a novelty act by making cutting political statements in their music and nurturing a stable of quality acts on their label. The original lineup of the Herd consisted of three eclectically named MCs -- Urthboy, Ozi Batla, and Berzerkatron -- as well as a full band...
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