Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Hip Hop, Roots


band members

Seeka- Lyricist


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SAKI, Diggis


Website

linktr.ee/seeka_

Bio

     Coming at you live from Melbourne via the Torres Strait Islands and the tropical paradise of Cairns, Seeka is one of the most exciting new MCs to emerge from the Australian undergrowth in years.
Drawing inspiration from around the globe yet uniquely fusing it with his traditional culture and way of life, Seeka’s conscious lyricism and raw flow sets him apart from the average rapper.
He views his craft in a similar way his ancestors have been passing down stories for generations - art for your ears, music for your soul.
L-Fresh The Lion puts it best: “On of the most important skills a MC can have is a clear and strong delivery. “Seeka has such a strong delivery, which feels like it comes from a deep passion in music, a firm sense of self and an inner drive to share a message.”
He has performed live at countless events over the years, including the Share The Spirit Festival at Treasury Gardens, Welcome To Country Multicultural Jam at Federation Square and across Melbourne for NAIDOC week and White Ribbon Against Domestic Violence fundraisers.
Along the way he’s shared the stage with names like Spit Syndicate, Mantra, Complete and SK Simeon,Cormega and featured on Triple J’s The Hip Hop Show with Hau Latukefu and weekly on Koori Radio.
In 2016, Seeka released The Late Ambiance mixtape, a slick mix of hip-hop, electronic and roots music, featuring rappers, vocalists and producers from across the Pacific. Recently released songs with Brazilian producers El Blat, Walla C. In 2020 Seeka also released a collaborative album with fellow Cairns raised Melbourne artists Gekkz, Uncle Red and Nem The Visionary called Jungle To City, which speaks on the experiences of the artists growth on their journey from Cairns to Melbourne.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

25 Aug 2020

Triple J
40

You know when you've got Seeka riding for your postcode that it's gonna be a gassed up, chest beating banger.

You know when you've got Seeka riding for your postcode that it's gonna be a gassed up, chest beating banger.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

31 May 2020

Triple J
40

So good hearing new realness from Seeka! Dude's got the tone and presence behind the mic and this beat bangs too.

So good hearing new realness from Seeka! Dude's got the tone and presence behind the mic and this beat bangs too.