Alongside Sampa, the list includes the likes of Wu-Tang Clan, DMX, Isaiah Rashad, Rich Brian, Terrace Martin and Duckwrth. Check out the full list below.
Sampa the Great has had a busy few months. Last month, she dropped a stunning performance as part of this year’s virtual Roots Picnic. Earlier in June, she performed two songs – ‘Freedom’ and ‘Final Form’ – at a Black Lives Matter protest in Melbourne.
In March, she won the Australian Music Prize for her debut album The Return, and just this week was nominated for three AIR awards – Independent Album of the Year, Independent Song of the Year, and Best Independent Hip Hop Album or EP.
Meanwhile, Curry released his last album in February, a surprise collaboration with producer Kenny Beats titled Unlocked.
Last year, the rapper went viral with his triple j Like a Version cover of Rage Against the Machine’s classic ‘Bulls on Parade’. The video has since clocked up close to 9 million views.
Interestingly, that session also saw him perform ‘Black Balloons’ from his 2018 album Ta13oo, with a feature by none other than Sampa the Great herself.
Revisit Curry’s cover of ‘Bulls on Parade’ below.