Coming off the back of his hard-hitting and experimental ‘Neva Safe’ – a true expression of resistance that serves as a voice for empowerment.
Featuring production by Savour The Rations’ mainstays Domba and ThatBoyKwame, and an appearance from the enigmatic Zulo Bigs, ‘Neva Safe’ is a hip-hop release as unique as they come. Since returning from Boston in the second half of 2017, Raj Mahal didn’t waste any time. His arrival was marked by a string of live performances, including opening for Migos, headlining the Bodega Collectives Block Party: Warehouse Edition and their Block Party: Christmas Party at The Lord Gladstone, as well as making regular appearances alongside his brothers Savour The Rations and Kwame. As the year clocks over, Raj Mahal has shown no signs of slowing down and we’ve already witnessed some big strides; He’s performed alongside Wiley at his sold out Sydney show, headlined World Bar’s The Wall with Tony Free in March, performed with Kwame for his sold out shows in Sydney and Newcastle; & at Groovin’ The Moo in Maitland with the likes of Amine, Duke Dumont, Lady Leshur and Claptone.
After wrapping up the East Coast of Australia Kork Your Fork tour, with Poster Childs Korky Buchek, and Opening with Kwame at Sydney and Mebournes Sold Out Peking Duck Shows. He Is continually writing new material and collaborating with local artists from his base of operation’s In western Sydney
Currently in Sydney, Australia