MADCHILD ft. Kogz — Hobart
Canadian hip hop legend Madchild announces his 2024 Australian and New Zealand Tour.
Acclaimed rapper Madchild, recipient of the prestigious Juno Award, has announced his triumphant return to Australia and New Zealand for early 2024. The Canadian emcee will embark on his biggest tour of the nation’s capitals yet. Madchild is no stranger to Australian and New Zealand fans, as he has played to packed sold out tours as both a solo artist and with hip-hop trio Swollen Members, and he shot his iconic music video for "The Jackal", which has now surpassed 20 million views, in Melbourne.
Madchild hails from the golden era of hip-hop when he grew up working at Extra Large in Haight-Ashbury, a clothing store owned by the Beastie Boys. Through powerful collaborations with industry heavyweights including Jurassic 5, Nelly Furtado and Todd McFarlane, and killer releases such as 'Killing the Neighbours' and 'Mobsters and Monsters', Madchild has carved out for himself a remarkable trajectory in the hip hop scene.
Earlier this year, Madchild collaborated with renowned multi-platinum producer and songwriter Michael Bradford on the track "Ya Don't Stop", which was selected by ESPN as a song of the month.
Madchild will be taking Australian artist Kogz along for the entire tour after a stellar past few years on the local circuit proving himself one of the hottest prospects on stage and in the Australian music industry.
Joined by six local legends—Stray X Lachy Hamill + Hermit and Pitchy + Grace Chia X Dispraze.
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