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New Video – Not My Way feat. Paradox & Callex

It’s here! Our music video for ‘Not My Way feat. Paradox & Callex’.

Content warning: suicide, depression, anxiety.

Perth Hip Hop trio Selekt Few broach the delicate topic of depression in the storytelling music video, Not My Way.

Supported by Paradox and Callex, they rap frankly about feelings of depression, anxiety and being overwhelmed by the realities of every day life.

The song with its rock-ballad style hook acknowledges the daily personal struggles, encouraging people to continue to live.

Two young boys, who characterise rappers Percuss and Shareef, are seduced by the idea of death in the moving and emblematic music video directed by Steve Browne.

Taken from the forthcoming EP – #1 Solace Lane. Pre-order now:

Selekt Few – On Country (Single) Officially Released

‘On Country’ (feat. Bryte MC, Della Rae Morrison, Ronnie Smith and Charley) – is now available for listen and purchase!

‘On Country’ is a clean and enjoyable musical experience.

But it’s also a strong call to action against forced community closures, named for its emotive chorus featuring local singer-songwriters Della Rae Morrison, Ronnie Smith, and Charley.

The release is timed to coincide with this week’s rallies against the forced closure of Aboriginal communities, with all our proceeds from the sale of this song to be donated to SOSblakaustralia‬.

With Rob Shaker producing the beat and Bryte MC, Charley and Della all on board from very early on, we knew we were on to something unique.

The end result is a strong political statement denouncing racism, and calling for human rights, a treaty and sovereignty for Aboriginal people. But most importantly it is an act of solidarity with all people living ‘On Country’.

Artwork by: Julie Dowling, Badimaya woman, activist and renowned fine artist.
Marching snare by: Brodie Simpson @ Underground Recording Studios.
Horns by: Brendan Scott Grey & Matt Smith
Spoken word by: Mitch Torres
Mixed by: Greg Tangey
Mastered by: Joe Carra @ Crystal Mastering.

Stop the Forced Closure of Aboriginal Communities in Australia

Also available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and plenty of other digital distribution or streaming services.