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a teenage trio, released an EP, A in’t No Suckers, in 2004, which expressed pride in their Aboriginal heritage as well as in Brisbane, and brought them radio airplay,
particularly for their track ‘2Black 2Strong’. They have perform ed at Brisbane’s Stylin’ Up festival, which has been something of a showcase for recent Aboriginal hip
hop

three teenagers from Brisbane tutored by femcee Lioness,  released the EP Ain’t No Suckas in 2004, combining party rap with serious messages
on tracks like ‘2 Black 2 Strong’ and ‘Respect’, about pride and respect for Aboriginal people, and a eulogy for Brisbane, incorporating didjeridu and hip hop and dub beats. – Tony Mitchell