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Having just released The Naughty Corner EP last week, underground hip-hop group Triple One from Sydney’s Inner West have revealed their lead single, ‘Redline Reaper’ ahead of the EP launch this Friday, April 6 at Botany View Hotel in Sydney. The melodic Billy Gunns produced single features the group’s vocalists Marty Bukkake Large, Obi Ill Terrors and Lil Dijon over the expansive beat, trading rhymes in a polished fashion. The overall package on this single is further enhanced by the watchful ears/eyes of Mixed By Espa, excellent video clip by Entropico and a guest appearance by rising street star Asia Cariño aka @teriyakimami 

With over 330,000 monthly Spotify listeners, Triple One have developing a fan base located throughout the globe thanks in part to numerous Spotify Playlist placements on A1 Hip-Hop, Viral Hits, New Music Friday & All Aussie Hip-Hop as well as strong support from Triple J and FBi Radio. With over 1.3 million Soundcloud plays and millions of Spotify streams, Triple One have shown and proven over their various projects and singles to date to be an emerging musical force.

The single prepares Triple One fans old and new alike for The Naughty Corner EP, their boldest, darkest and most diverse collection of songs to date. Switching between sadistic trap music, pensive electronica and melodic moments with rapid confidence, The Naughty Corner is even more evidence that Triple One are speeding down a somewhat unique lane of their own.

This year is already proving to be Triple One’s biggest year yet, and with the group barely three years into their young career, the possibilities are endless for the Sydney group which is pushing their sound into international markets – with already a strong listenership in LA and Chicago beyond their domestic audiences of Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane. One to keep an eye and ear out for in 2018.

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