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Real Talk offers compelling documentation of Australia’s Aboriginal scene [News]

Sydney, AU – The second edition of the critically-acclaimed Australian book Real Talk: Aboriginal Rappers Talk About Their Music And Country, is now now available for free viewing at

Incredible read.” – Jimblah, tweeting about the Impossible Odds interview.

Amazing interview with Impossible Odds. Everyone should read that interview.” – Ozi Batla, via Twitter.

The most articulate and well-researched article on the band I’ve ever read.” – Fred Leone, Impossible Odds.

Probably the most awesome article on Desert Pea Media I have ever seen.” – Toby Finlayson, director of remote hip-hop workshops program Desert Pea Media.

Of all the interviews we’ve done – and we’ve done a hell of a lot – this was, without a doubt, by far the the best.” – Kings Konekted.

Best interview I’ve done. Props.” – Provocalz.

Mat always does a good job with the interviews.” – Indij hip-hop show host Munk.

Search it out online. It’s free, after all.” – Hip-hop columnist Viktor Krum, Drum Media.

Real Talk, by Mat Ward, aims to be an introduction to some of the Australian Aboriginal hip-hop artists out there. All have stories that demand to be heard, from the better-known players like The Last Kinection, Jimblah and Sky’high, to those who are probably too radical for the establishment to handle – such as Provocalz, whose interview ends with the interviewer and interviewee both being questioned by police. Download as mobi for Kindle, epub, PDF, text only or read online with audio and video at

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