Drapht is busy re-establishing himself as one of the top emcees in the Australian hip-hop scene with the release of 7 Mirrors, his long-awaited follow-up to The Life of Riley, which dropped all the way back in 2011.
The album has a few notable guest collaborators, including Hilltop Hoods, Briggs, Joyride, Katie Noonan, Bradly Stone, and Nat Dunn. But arguably the most surprising is Queensland’s loosest units, Dune Rats, who appear on the track ‘Mexico’.
Drapht has now unveiled a music video featuring him and the Dune Rats boys getting up to all sorts of hijinks in Mexico, which you can check out below. As you might’ve guessed, it got pretty loose.
Drapht’s 7 Mirrors is available now as well as ‘Mexico’ the single. Meanwhile, Dune Rats recently took to social media to reveal that they’ve finished polishing off some new tunes and have even been writing with good mates DZ Deathrays.