Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop, Rock


Sounds like

Death Grips , Freddie Gibbs


Influences

Lupe Fiasco, Young Buck, Jay Electronica, Gucci Mane , Bones, Danny Brown, Bones, Xavier Wulf, Death Grips , Freddie Gibbs


Website

Bio

Raj Mahal sounds like an extraterrestrial swarm of bees punching on with a drumline composed entirely of self-indulgent robot celebrities who haven't learned how to walk yet.

His influences are Freddie Gibbs, Kid Cudi, Bones, Machine Girl and that tv show The Gilmore Girls.
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Recently, he's played shows with Nerve, Triple One and long-time partners Savour The Rations, plus support slots for Wiley, YG & smokepurpp.
He released a string of singles, including 'What Da Deal' and 'What U Need', and featured on Triple One's successful track 'Jitter' late last year, followed by headline shows in Sydney & Newcastle, and a slew of media attention, most notably Triple J, BBC1 Radio and MTV.

Raj Mahal is riding into 2019 on a tidal wave of new music, so keep your eyes peeled for this juggernaut of Australian Rap and dial your expectations down to zero, because they will not be met - and you will be happier for it.

Review

Review by Hau Latukefu Hau Latukefu

18 Nov 2019

Triple J
40

Few give the energetic performance Raj gives in the booth and on stage. Somebody hand him his permanent papers already please. This is his home now.

Few give the energetic performance Raj gives in the booth and on stage. Somebody hand him his permanent papers already please. This is his home now.

Review

Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

13 Nov 2019

Triple J
40

Never heard a song from you I didn't like! Another murky, gross beat that you've got full command over.

Never heard a song from you I didn't like! Another murky, gross beat that you've got full command over.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

12 Nov 2019

Triple J
40

Raj, more than ever, is not playing. I mean, Raj never plays, but I truly must emphasize how little he plays right here.

Raj, more than ever, is not playing. I mean, Raj never plays, but I truly must emphasize how little he plays right here.