BIGSOUND First Nations House
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At the age of fourteen, JK-47 began writing rhymes and rapping. Over the years his name has become all too familiar, not just on home turf in the shire of Tweed, but also right across the Australian hip-hop landscape.
If he’s not in the studio with his ‘ECB’ brothers or spreading positivity with his ‘Kinship Collective’ (JK’s culturally focused band), you can catch him beachside working on new vibes with the ‘Gratis Minds’ boys. His ability to put pen to pad and produce timeless lyrics, painting pictures with his music, is second to none.
Having already worked with artists including Nerve, ChillinIt and Lemaire, you can’t deny JK-47 is well on the right path for a bright future. He’s a man on a mission: to touch the hearts and minds of those not just his home country, but all around the world.
JK-47; Kee-ahn; First Nations House Artwork - Dylan Mooney