We Should All Be More Like Thelma Plum

The Gamilaraay singer-songwriter is leaving behind the bullshit on "Not Angry Anymore", her sparkling new single, premiering on Noisey today.
Shaad D’Souza

Cool, Deadly, and Powerful: Thelma Plum Chats to Kerri-Lee Harding

The iconic musician and veteran radio host come together for NAIDOC 2018 and discuss music, life and community.
Thelma Plum
Kerri-Lee Harding
Noisey News

A.B. Original’s New Song “Blaccout” is Killer, Obviously

Loud, brash and fun as hell, "Blaccout" is another winner from Briggs and Trials.
Shaad D’Souza
Noisey News

AB Original Become First Indigenous Act to Win Australian Music Prize

Briggs and Trials take home a $30,000 prize for their album ‘Reclaim Australia’.
Noisey Staff

Drapht Joins Briggs, Trials, and Dan Sultan in Calling to Change the Date of Australia Day

Speaking to the AAP, the rapper said that Australia's music scene needs to back Indigenous rights issues.
Issy Beech
The VICE Guide to Right Now

Nic Naitanui Has Responded to Yesterday's Schoolkid Blackface Controversy

"Let's grow together," the West Coast Eagles ruckman said.
Katherine Gillespie

Meet the Artists Shifting Australia's Rap Scene Away From Skip-Hop

Acts such as Baro, Briggs, Sampa the Great and Remi are part of an exciting new force in Australian hip-hop.
Hannah Joyner

A Short History of Australians Learning to Not Do Blackface

Here's all the recent times we embarrassed ourselves and then did it again.
Katherine Gillespie

We Asked Some Australians to Define What’s Wrong With Blackface

Yesterday's controversy over blackface revealed how differently people define racism. We found that not many people in Melbourne agree either.
Mariam Koslay
Woah, Dude!

Briggs Can't Believe That We Are Still Talking About Blackface in 2016

The Australian hip hop star has taken to social media to call out racist commenters after images of men in blackface appeared online over the weekend.
Noisey Staff
VICE Australia

Briggs and Aamer Respond to Comments on Their Australia Day Video

Earlier this week we published a video featuring Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs and Bangladeshi-Australian comedian Aamer Rahman discussing Australia Day. Here they are again, replying to some of the dumb comments viewers left behind.
VICE Staff
VICE Australia

Briggs and Aamer Rahman Versus Australia Day

For some of us Australia Day isn't cause for celebration. As Yorta Yorta rapper Briggs points out, "why would I stand for the national anthem? Number one, it doesn't stand for me and my people... number two, I'm mad lazy. I'm playing on my phone."
VICE Staff