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360 New Album Set To “Rip Peoples Heads Off”

Written by Mike Hohnen on June 14, 2012

After his previous album Falling and Flying soared to dizzying heights, all eyes are on Sixty for his follow-up release, which is currently in the pipeline.

If there was ever any doubt that Sixty was the man, it was killed following his massive set at this year’s sold-out Come Together Festival. Playing all his hits, the Aus hip hop golden boy is making a serious habit out of stella live performances, adding even more anticipation for his yet-to-be-named release.

Now, so far we’ve gathered that it’s going to be dark, with Sixty delving into recent experiences with fame, hater and everything in-between for inspiration. Though the rapper has recently exposed more of what we can expect, stating via his always active Facebook: “holy mother of shit hearing some of these beats for the new album are gonna rip peoples heads off”. What’s more, Sixty has revealed that a credit role of artists get to feature on the tracks, including Cam Bluff, M-Phazes, Styalz Fuego, Jake Gosling and Agent X. Finally, he declares that: “this is gonna be fuckin HUGE”.

All signs sure seem to be pointing in that direction! Be sure to keep an eye out for new material from 360, and judging by just how adamant his fan base is, they will come quickly.

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