We went deep into the massive year the young artist has had so far and all his plans for the coming months. Since then, the Northern Territory rapper has toured alongside the iconic 50 Cent and Dizzee Rascal for their Australian shows and his music video for hit single Marryuna was premiered on ABC’s Rage.
Baker Boy wants to create platform for young Indigenous and non-Indigenous people to learn more about native languages, and celebrate the culture of Australia as one.
To say that the summer of 2018 has been a big one for Baker Boy would be a massive understatement. It was his calm but cheeky and disarming attitude that made for such easy flowing conversation. Denzel Baker, as those in his closer circle call him, is a natural performer and an effortless presence.
If you’re keen to read more from Baker Boy and get an idea of just how interesting he is, grab a copy of Happy Mag Issue 7 today.
And if you’re in Sydney, then come on down to the Happy Mag Issue 7 Launch at Young Henrys on the 21st of March. There will be food by Beach Burrito, drinks by Young Henrys, sets from Happy DJs and Straight Arrow DJs. Should be a killer evening for all.
Let us know if you’ll make it on the Facebook event.