Korean-Australian hip-hop collective 1300 have shared particulars of their debut mixtape, in addition to sharing its newest single.
The mixtape, titled ‘International Language’, is ready for launch on April 29. Following a string of standalone cuts throughout 2021 – ‘Brr’, ‘No Caller ID’ and ‘Smashmouth’ – the group launched the mixtape’s lead single ‘Oldboy’ final month.
To coincide with the mixtape’s announcement, 1300 have now shared its second single ‘Rocksta’. An accompanying music video has additionally been shared, created by Sydney-based manufacturing firm Videohead, which depicts the music being distributed by way of a burnt CD throughout the town.
In a press assertion, 1300 described ‘Rocksta’ as a “head bopping and face scrunching” music wherein they “embrace the chaos”.
“We undoubtedly wished the hook to be in Korean, and we appreciated the phrases ‘chung bhaji’ (ripped denims),” they stated. “That’s the place Rock Star got here from – Rockstas with rips on their denims.”
The group are set to carry out at Sydney venue Phoenix Central Park tomorrow evening as a part of its third season program, earlier than heading to Yours & Owls festival in Wollongong on the primary weekend of April. They may even function the nationwide assist for Confidence Man‘s upcoming Australian tour this August.