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Eloquor

Eloquor

Eloquor


Eloquor Lives for Hip Hop Culture, from the rhymes to the graff to the cuts and breaks. He got his first taste in grade 5 when Jason Maxwell gave him an Eazy-E tape, he remembers learning all the words to Eazy-Duz-it and rappin them to his Mum (she was not Impressed) From then on he listened to NWA, LL Cool J, Ice Cube, Public Enemy, and never looked back..... He wrote his first rhyme in Year 8 while listening to Cypress Hill. Back then thinking Read more on Last.fm
Eloquor Lives for Hip Hop Culture, from the rhymes to the graff to the cuts and breaks. He got his first taste in grade 5 when Jason Maxwell gave him an Eazy-E tape, he remembers learning all the words to Eazy-Duz-it and rappin them to his Mum (she was not Impressed) From then on he listened to NWA, LL Cool J, Ice Cube, Public Enemy, and never looked back..... He wrote his first rhyme in Year 8 while listening to Cypress Hill. Back then thinking that being a white dude in Australia meant that dreaming of becoming a rapper was a far fetched idea, but then he heard The Slim Shady LP in 1999 and everything changed.......

from there he discovered 'Left Foot, Right Foot' by the Hilltop Hoods in 2001 and knew he had to write rhymes and make tracks...... he has worked on a 9 track mixtape from 2003-2007 (which he said was pretty shit) and finished his debut EP early in 2008..... in 2009 he released his debut album called move up featuring some fresh as beats from Jase, 76, Evade, and Wik it also features from some burnin MC's aswell. Read more on Last.fm.

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