Briggs' Bad Apples House Party

Briggs sitting on a chair.
Photograph: Michelle Grace Hunder

Time Out says

Stars of Indigenous hip hop will show the Opera House how to party for one night only

Briggs is nothing if not versatile. The Shepparton-born Yorta Yorta artist is a rapper, one half of the hip-hop duo A.B. Original, founder of the Indigenous record label Bad Apples, and a writer, comedian and actor to boot. He continues to soar to new heights of creative success, and we’ll get to see his work alongside other Indigenous artists and contemporary hip-hop music-makers at Briggs’ Bad Apples House Party.

The big night at the Sydney Opera House will see Briggs on stage beside electro-soul (and Eurovision contenders) duo Electric Fields, Northern Territory rapper Birdz, New Zealand’s game-changing hip-hop star David Dallas, bass-driven rapper Jesswar, teen trap sensation the Kid Laroi and many more.

By: Time Out editors



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