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750 Rebels




Veterans of the Brisbane hip hop movement; Lazy Grey, Jake Biz and DJDCIDE (aka 750 Rebels ), rocked out at The New Globe Theatre on Saturday night. After three years in the making, the 750 Rebels celebrated the long awaited launch of their new album KOLD HEAT.

KOLD HEAT follows the crew’s earlier DVD release of the same name; a short film that pays homage of sorts to their beloved hometown of Brisbane.

750 Rebels

4ZZZ Phattape Hip-hop Show veteran DJ Sean B and DJ Katch hosted the event. And with performances from Exit Strategy, Simplex, Ciecmate and the latest addition to the Karsinogenics crew, Gaz Hazard - the local Brisbane trio were supported by a robust line-up of Australian underground hip hop talent.

750 Rebels

The New Globe Theatre, which many would remember as the Valley’s cinema, has been freshly renovated and was recently re-opened, and will now play host to live music gigs, films and other performances. Early in the night, the massive venue looked like it would be hard to fill, but by the time Lazy Grey, Jake Biz and DJDCIDE hit the stage, The New Globe was jam packed with fans.




750 Rebels may have been at it for over fifteen years, but they haven't lost their touch if anything they have gotten better with age. Their music has evolved into a more mature sound, yet they are still oozing with an energy and vibe that gets the entire crowd pumping.

750 Rebels

After being dubbed; the pioneers of Australian hip hop, the 750 Rebel lads have earnt the respect of some of the best in the Australian hip hop industry and the wider music community. With hard-working attitudes and mass motivation levels, these fellas have a lot more to offer, yet!
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