Manu Crooks takes a break from headline UK tour to drop new single, Different League

Manu Crooks takes a break from headline UK tour to drop new single, Different League

The Sydney hip hop artist has world domination in his sights.

Sydney-based rapper Manu Crooks is too busy capitalising on a huge 2017 to worry about where he sits on the Australian hip hop scene. For the record, it's definitely leading the charge of forward thinking rap and hip hop to come out of Australia in the past couple of years, and latest singel Different League (prod. Miracle) is the perfect example of why. An ominous, sparse beat gives Manu Crooks the opportunity to let his laidback and smooth-as-hell flow come to the fore, and explains why he spent much of last year playing some huge shows with the likes of Stormzy and Tory Lanez.

Right now, he's currently embarking on a maiden headline tour of the UK, and it seems it won't be long before the rest of the world gets Manu fever - dude is on the up-and-up.

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