Debut releases can be tough. Many artists take some time to land on a concrete sound, hence their debut offerings often lack direction. Sydney based hip-hop artist Beggar, however, is not one of these artists.
With the release of his debut EP Triplet, the rapper has quickly established himself as one of Aussie hip-hop’s most exciting and dynamic emerging voices. If you’re not already familiar with this name, we strongly recommend you change that.
On his debut EP Triplet, Sydney-based hip-hop artist Beggar delivers a dynamic and heartfelt slice of hip-hop brilliance.
Throughout the new EP, Beggar navigates a captivating blend of new and old-school sounds to craft a brand of music uniquely his own. With effortless lyrical flow and textured production, Triplet is brimming with thoughtful lyrical delivery and pure sonic energy.
Across its punchy eight-minute run-time, the new EP pulls in myriad directions—it never sits in one place for too long. Although the EP’s first three tracks clock in at less than two minutes, they showcase the brilliant versatility of Beggar’s music.
MIZZA is a charged, straight-shooting hip-hop number with classical piano flourishes, while Haze and Miami are far more melancholic and druggy. By the time the EP reaches its conclusion, you’ll have been roped in completely by Beggar’s captivating blend of sounds.
These are still early days for this Inner-west rapper, but judging by the quality of everything we’ve heard so far, I think we can safely expect plenty more great tunes.
In the meantime, do yourself a favour and listen to the new EP above.
All tracks on Triplet were produced, mixed, and mastered by Sydney’s Bo Jo Jones.