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Genre

Hip Hop


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Bio

Life works in mysterious ways, and for homegrown emcee Travy P that meant packing his bags and making the move from Brisbane to Sydney to sleep on a studio floor. This move marked a turning point and preceeded collaborations with Manu Crooks, B Wise, I.E. and 360. 360 featured on his debut single in 2017 ‘Sleepover’, that single was just a taste of his EP Photos Of Images Never Taken (POINT) and was quickly backed up by the Manu Crooks collaboration 24/7.

A domino effect took hold and Travy P was here. Opening for Manu Crooks, Riff Raff, Tory Lanes, Keith Ape, 360, Deltron 3030 and gained features on High Snobiety, Complex and Acclaim.
 
Travy P is no stranger to the microphone. He’s been free-styling and beatboxing since primary school, and has been an omnipresent advocate for Brisbane’s burgeoning hip-hop scene for years. His early mixtapes and Out Of The Blue EP showed a clear appreciation for Golden Era legends like Big L and Lord Finesse, layered with more contemporary touches influenced by Kid Cudi and Kanye West.
 
Moreover, his approach to songwriting radiates with positivity – a perfect pairing with his brazen and bright dress sense. It’s a refreshing alternative to hip hop fuelled by macho bravado and faux gangsterisms, and indicative of his teams movement towards a more progressive mindset.
 
Travy P further cites Biz Markie as his favourite artist, saying he could relate because they’re both “misunderstood and got laughed at.” It’s clear that despite his often-humourous lyricism, Travy P is an artist to be taken very seriously in Australia and abroad.
 
As an all-rounder who excels and accelerates in all lanes, Travy P is primed to snatch the spotlight. You better recognise the sound and look towards the skies, because Travy P says “I ain't going nowhere. Nowhere but up.” 

Review

Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

13 Nov 2019

Triple J
40

This beat is dummy thicc

This beat is dummy thicc

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

12 Nov 2019

Triple J
40

This beat goes toooooo hard and Travy P is spitting some real venom. Confidence and posture, it's all style and sting.

This beat goes toooooo hard and Travy P is spitting some real venom. Confidence and posture, it's all style and sting.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

28 Oct 2019

Triple J
40

Trav got the crew going stupid with this new one. Elastic beat with an equally rubbery flow.

Trav got the crew going stupid with this new one. Elastic beat with an equally rubbery flow.