NCL Party Club
Keep-Right Small Club [Cambridge Back-Room]
789 Hunter St, Newcastle.
[After Peking Duk's show in Main Room]
RELAXED DRESS CODE.
If you haven't heard of Kwame yet, you're about to.
2016 was a remarkable year for Kwame: From topping the Triple J Unearthed Hip Hop chart, making his national radio debut on Edge 96.1 with K-Sera & The Dirty Dozen and being pulled on stage by A$AP Ferg, this 19 year old artist and producer from Sydney's west is blowing up out of the Australian hip hop club scene.
Kwame AKA Rich Amevor has gained a huge following, he's been creating a buzz in Sydney’s underground party scene by taking over some of Sydney’s best venues, and as Best Before has proclaimed “straight up murdering a headline set at World Bar’s The Wall which saw the venue reach capacity on a freakin’ Wednesday night!”
From his debut single “I Get It”, which reached no.1 on the Australian Triple J Unearthed Hip Hop Chart to his dark and energized freestyle on “Bluffin’”, Kwame demonstrates progress and diversity in his sound.
During his high-school years he layed down the groundwork for his career by creating and recording music while working with his mentor I Digress.
Inspired by Kanye West, Chance The Rapper and Goldlink, Kwame has enlisted a roll-call of collaborators including Sydney’s Korky Buchek and Raj Mahal. Released in March 2017, his debut EP ‘Lesson Learned’ is a showcase of his ability to comfortably move between genres and incorporate new influences into his music. “I aim to show how diverse I am in terms of sound” says Kwame, “In life we shouldn’t set ourselves to achieve just one thing, we are capable of so many things and we should never limit ourselves”.