Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop


Sounds like

Inferno


Bio

Inferno is a 22 year old Hip-Hop Artist and Songwriter from Sydney Australia.

Inferno, born and raised in Western Sydney Australia, was first introduced to music at the age of 5. In 2002, Inferno's older brother introduced him to the hiphop genre, purchasing a collection of rap CD’s, Inferno was quickly inspired and would often learn the lyrics to every song.

At the age of 13, Inferno begun to take music as a serious career option, and used his high school to his advantage in order to show case his abilities at school talent quests and performances. At the age of 16, Inferno had released his first mixtape by selling copies to students at school and running out of copies within the first three days of releasing.

After graduating high school in 2014, Inferno began to perform at bar and club venues across Sydney, eventually having the opportunity to headline selected gigs. Inferno also had a fall out with his previous manager due to unprofessionalism presented and believes he has seen the worst parts of the music industry, in which he is determined to over come any barrier or negativity presented.

His long term vision is to have a significantly positive impact on Australian Hip Hop and it’s culture. Inferno hopes that one day he can inspire and represent his country on the Global stage through his music and build a legacy that has a generational impact on the Australian Youth, to chase their dreams and overcome barriers that get in the way of achieving their goals.

Review

Doing Better (prod. by PAX ...

INFERNO

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

28 Feb 2019

Triple J
30

Keeping it simple on the beat end really lets those vocals breath (not to mention the wild guitar solo at the tracks end)

Keeping it simple on the beat end really lets those vocals breath (not to mention the wild guitar solo at the tracks end)

Review

Doing Better (prod. by PAX ...

INFERNO

Review by Celline Narinli Celline Narinli

10 Jan 2019

Triple J
30

Was not expecting that sick guitar solo. You've got an interesting blend of sounds here and can't wait to see where you take them next.

Was not expecting that sick guitar solo. You've got an interesting blend of sounds here and can't wait to see where you take them next.

Review

Doing Better (prod. by PAX ...

INFERNO

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

07 Jan 2019

Triple J
30

Don't mind this one from Inferno. Beat's got some beef to it and it sounds like the man can chew through these bars too.

Don't mind this one from Inferno. Beat's got some beef to it and it sounds like the man can chew through these bars too.