Go backstage in Ivan Ooze's ruckus new clip for Hooligans

Go backstage in Ivan Ooze's ruckus new clip for Hooligans

Some goddamn hooligans is right.

If 2015 was the year Australia got to know Ivan Ooze, 2016 is shaping up to be the year Ivan Ooze completely owns all of Australia. Borrowing his alias from the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers villain, Ooze has turned himself into something of a villain in the Aussie hip hop scene - doing his own thing and giving zero fucks if you're not on board with it. And so far, so good, with the recent announcement he'll be joining none other than Wu-Tang on their Australian tour (which just so happened to kick off last night), which follows on from joining the likes of Seth Sentry, Cypress Hill and Ice Cube for shows, plus two big performances at Beyond The Valley.

Fans may also have noticed that little pic pop up on the socials the other day, and we can confirm that Ivan Ooze has indeed recorded a track with Ghostface Killah. So keep an ear out for that, along with a mixtape to follow and a May national tour.

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Which all brings us to latest single Hooligans, and its not-messing-around video clip, which you can watch in all its action-packed glory below. Backstage life with Ivan Ooze and pals sure does look hectic, but goes along way to explaining the dude's intense live shows, quickly garnering him a reputation as one of the country's most hyped young rappers:

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