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Sudanese-Australian artist P-UniQue is on the way up!
Her music is raw, unique, genuine and heavily shaped by strong personal experience. Her words flow with relentless speed and sharp lyricism, floating across futuristic bass-heavy beats and rippling hi-hats.
She writes from the heart and speaks her mind, expressing her perspectives confidently via spoken word and hip-hop.
P-Unique adds a dark and powerful element to her music while highlighting her ability to bring word play and impeccable speech together. P-UniQue’s music is highly danceable while maintaining it’s authentic underground sound and feel.Stepping on the scene august of 2017, this young and vibrant rapper has been rapidly gaining attention and making a name for herself.

P-UniQue also known as Piath Mathiang was born in North Sudan and moved here at the age of 5. She was always into music but didn’t feel she was good enough. She has used music to express her feelings about the things that affect her and the people around her. Her music is very Raw, unique and genuine and she definitely makes you feel every word she raps. She feels that women are not recognised enough in any field and will make sure that we recognise the name P-UniQue.Among her many musical talents, P-Unique, has also starred as an actress on various Australian Television Series. Her capacity to go from one role to another is flawless, and perfectly displays P-UniQue’s ability to be successful in any role.

– P-UniQue also known as Piath Mathiang was born in North Sudan and moved here at the age of 5. She was always into music but didn’t feel she was good enough. She has used music to express her feelings about the things that affect her and the people around her. Her music is very Raw, unique and genuine and she definitely makes you feel every word she raps. She feels that women are not recognised enough in any field and will make sure that we recognise the name P-UniQue.


Melbourne rapper, P-UniQue started rapping about her own trials and tribulations as a Sudanese woman but inadvertently became an impetus for social change. Born Piath Mathiang, the rapper most recently became a Voice For Change mentor, teaming up with fellow Melbourne MC, Krown to release Change: a musical guidebook on how to flourish and succeed despite any setbacks. But it’s her debut EP, Bring Black Back that truly encapsulates her lyrical abilities, attitude and infectious flow. There is gritty darkness that underscores P-UniQue’s entire discography, which makes each joyous sing-song hook burst with glee. Style and substance both seem like priorities to Mathiang, as she delivers each bar with the confidence of a seasoned veteran.