Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Ski Mask The Slump God, nascar aloe, Travis Scott, BROCKHAMPTON


band members

Kurrungaya Bieundurry (Kayps)


Influences

Ski Mask The Slump God, Rich Brian, XXXTENTACION, JID, Lil Ducky, nascar aloe, Travis Scott


Bio

Born in Broome, WA in 2005, Kurrungaya Bieundurry aka Kayps is an Indigneous Walmatjarri and Bunuba artist and producer now based in Perth. He is a SoundCloud based artist who gained a following from posting "type beats" in his spare time and is now taking music more seriously with releasing his own tracks. He writes and produces songs of wide variety, with lyrical rap, melodic songs and turn up Hip Hop. He writes about experiences in his life but also tends to have fun with clever wordplay. His memorable melodies can be stuck in your head for days as he aims for his music to be hypnotic and sometimes aggressive. He released his debut project "Sunflower" mid way through 2020 bringing attention to his sound. Later that year he released the Paradox EP with frequent collaborator Lil Ducky, bringing an aggressive and gritty sound to his discography. He is slowly gathering a following and has goals of becoming the next big artist to come out of Australia.

Review

NUISANCE!

KAYPS

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

11 Aug 2021

Triple J
45

KAYPS got steez too hot to handle! Bars are hard and that flow is insane.

KAYPS got steez too hot to handle! Bars are hard and that flow is insane.

Review

NUISANCE!

KAYPS

Review by Pip Rasmussen Pip Rasmussen

09 Aug 2021

Triple J
45

BAM he's going in, no mercy. Congrats KAYPS you killed thissss!!

BAM he's going in, no mercy. Congrats KAYPS you killed thissss!!

Review

NUISANCE!

KAYPS

Review by Bridget Hustwaite Bridget Hustwaite

09 Aug 2021

Triple J
45

Can't stop, won't stop! That flow is ridiculous, KAYPS. Go OFF! Such a worthy UEH finalist and hugely deserving Indigenous Initiative winner.

Can't stop, won't stop! That flow is ridiculous, KAYPS. Go OFF! Such a worthy UEH finalist and hugely deserving Indigenous Initiative winner.