“These past years been a big blur, in poor form, but I’m back now.”
He’s got a whopping 26 possible songs ready for the record.
“Clinton’s just a pimp for blood, a shifty fuck who isn’t funny.”
“This shit really sucks, but one thing I am glad it will bring out some powerful tunes from me.”
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The 180 Movement is a 360-founded organisation aiming to start conversations nationwide about mental health and addiction.
The Melbourne rapper has taken a stand against domestic violence in a poignant new song.
“Exactly 1 year ago I was on tour, something happened and I had to cancel the rest of the tour. This is what happened…”
Australia’s favourite parkour enthusiast turned rapper 360 has just released a video of him rapping in the studio, teasing new music with the caption “new music is on the way bruh”. Offering some guidance to his fans, the short verse addresses the hatred 360 sees in today’s society, the rapper telling us “you should see
Usually the realm of sneaky nudes sent after one too many bevs and Drake trying to pick up porn stars, Instagram direct messages, it turns out, can also be used to conduct an insightful, hilarious and unexpectedly deep interview between Australian hip-hop contemporaries. Which is exactly what we did with 360 and his current tour
Rapper launches the ‘Retopia’ tour
360 has announced the postponement of his current Utopia regional tour due to an “unexpected illness.” The 16-date regional tour only kicked off on the Sunshine Coast last Thursday 8th January. Sixty managed to get through the first three scheduled stops on his tour, before announcing yesterday, Sunday 11th January, that he will not be
360 has announced the names of the acts he has hand-selected to support him on the road for his upcoming 16-date Utopia regional tour, running across the country throughout January next year. Joining 360 as main supports on all dates is Perth rapper and J Award nominee Coin Banks who topped off an epic 2014
16 dates across the country in January!
Following yesterday’s hilariously strange incident, which involved radio station 3AW interviewing someone they wrongly believed to be rapper Matt Colwell, aka 360, the identity of the impersonator appears to have come to light. Melbourne rapper BK Ultra has outed himself as the journalist-destroying assailant, detailing the reasons behind his supposed shenanigans. Yesterday, 3rd November, BK
A man posing as Australian rapper 360 has fooled Melbourne talkback radio station host Tom Elliott into giving an on-air interview regarding the real 360’s recent comments on ABC’s Q&A program. 360, real name Matt Colwell, posted a video of himself listening to the interview between Elliott and “360” as it aired live on Melbourne
A snide and apparently poorly researched Herald Sun opinion piece regarding 360‘s recent controversial comments about racism in Australia has been labelled “absurd” by the rapper in a wonderfully articulate Facebook post. 360 tore the column to shreds as he levelled his sights on the piece’s author, Tom Elliott. Posting on Facebook, 360 — real
Melbourne MC Pez has admitted he was “a bit offended” by fellow rapper and close friend 360‘s recent comments on ABC’s television program Q&A last Monday, during which he suggested that “racist bigots” in Australia have led him to identify the country’s flag with racism. “It’s hard to watch one of your closest friends go