Artist info

Genre

Hip Hop


Sounds like

Illy, Mantra, Grey Ghost


band members

Soliloquy - MC


Influences

Kendrick Lamar, Jean Grae, Pharoahe Monch


Unearthed artists we like

RUNFORYOURLIFE, 1/6, Grey Ghost, REMI


Bio

Bookings: New World Artists - edwin@newworldartists.net

At just seventeen years of age, Soliloquy has accomplished more than most young aspiring rappers can even dream of, let alone will ever achieve. His debut performance was in front of a sold out venue, making a guest appearance on stage with New York Hip-Hop legend Pharoahe Monch. In July of 2011, Soliloquy 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. 2012 bought yet another rebirth for Soliloquy, as he has matured lyrically and experientially. His second release “Seven” shows a more focused and concise lyricist, one with a discerning ear for structure and musical evolution. Having received airplay and acclaim from Triple J for his collaboration with Mantra, Jeremedy (Grey Ghost), Julez and DJ Flagrant on the Max Damage produced “Set It Off”, Soliloquy is more focused than ever. Soliloquy's third offering " Double Sided", is a short but concise piece of work that was released early in 2013. Featuring guest verses from Dylan Joel, Remi and Elemont and production from J Smith & Dutch, Max Damage, Billy Hoyle and SilentJay, "Double Sided" proves Soliloquy to be a more measured lyricist, yet one whom still displays a knack for intelligent and thought provoking lyrics. With a strong understanding of the foundations of Hip-Hop and respect for its’ future, Soliloquy proves that he intellectually surpasses his mere fifteen years and displays all the hallmarks of a long and prosperous career.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

18 Jan 2013

Triple J
40

That beat is really classy and Soliloquy doesn't waste a bar of it. Really good stuff from the Melbourne kid - in for a big 2013.

That beat is really classy and Soliloquy doesn't waste a bar of it. Really good stuff from the Melbourne kid - in for a big 2013.

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

08 May 2013

Triple J
40

This is such a smooth jam. A classy head-nodder.

This is such a smooth jam. A classy head-nodder.

Review

Set It Off Feat. Mantra, Je...

Soliloquy

Reviewed by Steph Hughes Steph Hughes

07 Aug 2012

Triple J
40

You are one smart cookie. Give em hell!

You are one smart cookie. Give em hell!