Brisbane hip hop talent Midas.Gold works it out with new single

Brisbane hip hop talent Midas.Gold works it out with new single

The Bedlam Records signee also announces a National tour

Header image by Racquet Studio.

After appearing last week amongst the line up of Australian hip hop talents leading the 'New Wave', Brisbane artist Midas.Gold reemerges this week with latest single Work It Out. A somewhat lighter effort than previous efforts, the bass-heavy, trap anthem — led by artwork featuring an 'exercise girl' wearing legwarmers — invites fans to join him and 'work it out'. The Queenslander has also announced his joining the roster of artists under the new Melbourne based Valve Sounds collective, cementing his status as one of the most exciting young artists changing the face of Australian hip hop in 2016, and beyond.

Not satisfied with the release of what is sure to be his next hit, Midas.Gold has also taken the opportunity to announce his national Work It Out tour, featuring dates through September and into October, in cities around the country. 

midas gold tour

For the opportunity to see such jams as Work It Out and Midas.Gold's previous single $$$ live in concert, watch for further information including ticketing to appear here in the near future. And, of course, in the meantime, work it all out with one of Australia's, and hip hop's, most promising young talents.

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