Sydney-based artist, Manu Crooks, celebrates his first ever European tour with his newest release, “Different League.” The track demonstrates why Manu is leading Australia’s hip-hop movement and “sees him separating himself from the lower divisions.” (Clash Magazine) Listen to “Different League” here.
Manu just wrapped up a whirlwind year which included the release of his debut EP, mood forever, tours with both Stormzy and Tory Lanez, and Manu’s own headlining tour sponsored by Noisey. His music has been spreading globally with the video for his breakthrough single, “Everyday,” passing 1.6M views on YouTube and the video for “Day Ones” nearing 1M views. Manu closed out 2017 by teaming up with close friend and collaborator Anfa Rose for the double drop of “Presence” and “All I Need.” The tracks quickly racked up over 800K streams of Spotify. Manu has been gaining fans stateside including ASAP Ferg who brought Manu on stage during a recent Sydney performance. With recent profiles from the likes of Highsnobiety and The Coveteur, and consistent support from Zane Lowe, who debuted Manu’s “Buddy Buddy” on Beats 1 last month, Manu Crooks is bridging hip-hop hemispheres and proving that he “might just be our best hope for Aus hip hop to make a significant impact on the international scene.” (Complex)
Check out the doe track above and stay tuned for more from Manu Crook$ in a city near you!