Monday, September 6, 2010

Class A- So Bad

No stranger to the rap game, Class A was in 2008 and 2009 voted Australia’s Best Female MC in the Oz Awards after several independent releases; 2007’s ‘Class In Session’ mixtape and 2008’s ‘Class With Parker’ EP garnered her national attention.

This quick rise to prominence has seen her share stages with such international luminaries as Dilated Peoples, Jean Grae, Talib Kweli, Gift of Gab and J-Live, as well as national stalwarts The Hilltop Hoods, Urthboy, Mantra & Ozi Batla.

A relentless work ethic and string of momentum-building live shows has Class A currently galvanising a loyal audience of both hip hop fans and lovers of Australian indie music across the country in anticipation of her forthcoming debut album, ‘Me, Me, Me and Him: The Secret Life of a Receptionist’

Class A’s debut record ‘Me, Me, Me and Him: The Secret Life of a Receptionist’ blends tales of wit, heartache and self discovery, all told by a cheeky lyricist with the demeanor of an office chick who yearns for a more exciting life in another world.

Me, Me, Me and Him: The Secret Life Of A Receptionist’ makes use of both bass heavy electronic production and lo-fi hip hop from some of the countries leading beatsmiths, such as M-Phazes (Amerie, Pharoahe Monch), BVA (Mnemonic Ascent), Urban Monk (Polo Club) and Doc Felix, to showcase a persona that is reassuringly normal, all the while maintaining a tone of down-to-earth honesty and originality.

The first single from Class A's forthcoming long-player, 'Me, Me, Me & Him: The Secret Life of a Receptionist'. In stores September 17th, 2010.


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