Aotearoa Hip Hop Podcast - Episode 6

After seeing O.M.C. perform at the big day out in 1995, Clinton Walker - a writer for Rolling Stone writes a full spread on the New Zealand sound.

Read it on Clinton’s blog.

In 1996, O.M.C. drop ‘How Bizarre’ and become a global sensation.

In 1996, O.M.C. drop ‘How Bizarre’ and become a global sensation.
Big Day Out, Sydney, January 1995 Credit: Alan Jansson Colle

Three the Hard Way connects the dots between reggae and hip hop.

Three the Hard Way connects the dots between reggae and hip hop.

DLT & Che Fu work on one of the most iconic songs in NZ Hip Hop history, ‘Chains’.

Further reading:
https://www.audioculture.co.nz/people/omc

Find out more Aotearoa Music History:
Audioculture

Made with support from NZ On Air.