You’re gonna wanna circle the hell out of Friday, August 19th on your calendars, Drapht fans!
Why? Because that’s when the rap ledgehammer is set to release his long-awaited comeback album, 7 Mirrors.
And what’s more, the Perth MC has just unveiled the full list of collabs that the new disc is packing and hooooooo boy are they HUGE.
And in some cases, pretty surprising.
As well as some big names from the Aussie hip-hop world including Hilltop Hoods, Briggs and MC Joyride, the follow-up to Drapht’s 2011 LP The Life of Riley will also feature appearances by iconic George frontwoman Katie Noonan and (say whaaaaaaaaaaaat?) fkn Dune Rats.
Yup. The Dunies will feature on a track called Mexico, which is actually set to be officially released tomorrow (we’ll serve it up red hot for you as soon as it drops). FYI this is also promising news for anyone hitting up the new street, skate & tune party, Shakafest (live collab? yes please).
Tomorrow at 12pm pic.twitter.com/IZwoBczzkR
— Drapht (@Drapht) July 6, 2016
Anyhoo, Byron Bay songwriter Bradley Stone and Brisbane’s Nat Dunn are also billed to cameo on Drapht’s new one, which FYI features his previously released hits Dancin’ John Doe and All Love.
Bring it onnnnnnnnnnnnnn.
Watch: Drapht – Dancin’ John Doe