Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop


Sounds like

Remi, Sampa The Great, Hiatus Kaiyote, Jordan Rakei


band members

Soliloquy


Influences

Kendrick Lamar, Pharoahe Monch, Drake


Unearthed artists we like

REMI, Kaiit, Sampa The Great, Tentendo, Arno Faraji, JANEVA, RUBY FIELDS


Website

Bio

At the age of thirteen, Soliloquy made his debut performance in front of a sold out venue; a guest appearance on stage with New York Hip-Hop legend Pharoahe Monch. In July of 2011, he released his debut EP 'The Unveiling', receiving much acclaim from industry figures and the general public alike.

He spent the following year honing his craft, working on new material and performing around Melbourne, before releasing 'Seven' in 2012. His second release illustrated a more focused and concise lyricist, one with a discerning ear for structure and musical evolution. In the same year, he became one of six finalists in Triple J’s Unearthed High competition, receiving regular airplay from the station in the years to come.

More focused than ever, Soliloquy delivered his third offering 'Double Sided' in 2013; a short but concise piece of work. Featuring guest verses from Remi, Dylan Joel and Elemont and production from Sensible J and Dutch, Max Damage, Billy Hoyle and Silent Jay, 'Double Sided' proved Soliloquy to be a more measured lyricist, yet one whom still displays a knack for intelligent and thought provoking lyrics.

He has shared the stage with stellar artists such as De La Soul, GZA (Wu-Tang Clan), The Pharcyde, Xzibit, Jean Grae, The Beatnuts, as well as many of the finest talents Australia has to offer.

“This guy's got flow and rhymes that are better than most MCs double his age.” – Dom Alessio (former presenter of Home and Hosed on Triple J)

“Soliloquy is one of the brightest talents in the Melbourne hip hop scene” – themusic.com.au

After delivering ‘Double Sided’, the artist took a hiatus from music in order to focus on his high school education, and in October 2017 we saw the return of Soliloquy with a new single 'Living in the World'.

One thing is for certain, with a strong understanding of the foundations of Hip-Hop and respect for its’ future, Soliloquy will further cement his legacy, proving that he displays all the hallmarks of a long and prosperous career.

Review

Welcome Back From The Pharcyde

Soliloquy

Review by Claire Mooney Claire Mooney

10 Aug 2018

Triple J
40

Super low key and subtle. And again, very realised lyrics. Your songwriting is always my favourite part.

Super low key and subtle. And again, very realised lyrics. Your songwriting is always my favourite part.

Review

Welcome Back From The Pharcyde

Soliloquy

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Aug 2018

Triple J
40

Sach's drifting in his own lane at the moment. Soulful, brainy and organic.

Sach's drifting in his own lane at the moment. Soulful, brainy and organic.

Review

Welcome Back From The Pharcyde

Soliloquy

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

01 Aug 2018

Triple J
35

no doubting your talent man, more after dark raps to kick back to.

no doubting your talent man, more after dark raps to kick back to.