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Bunbury, Western Australia, Australia | INDIE

Bunbury, Western Australia, Australia | INDIE
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"Hear This: Earthworthy"

Hear This - Earthworthy

Some of the best music is quite literally hiding. This is definitely the case when it comes to female emcees. That's why I am working hard to bring exposure to this often over-looked aspect of hip-hop culture.

I discovered this album quite by accident earlier this summer. I was drawn to it by the cover, hoping that I had found another great female rapper.

The opening beat was so banging that I was hooked immediately. It sounded like something Eternia would do.

As I continued to listen to this album, I couldn't help but smile. Kadyelle raps to hard-hitting beats. She has something to say as well. And she does it all with style.

This is independent and underground hip-hop at its best. Kadyelle hails from Australia and has quite the sexy accent.

- Chase March; Silent Cacophony


"The Tree That Kept Apart Stars" LP -Kadyelle & Brooke Taylor (Released Nov. 2011)
"Spitfire" -DJ Mathmatics (Released 2011)
"Infinit P'Tenchul" -Yello Blac (Released in Los Angeles 2011)
"Canteen Charity Aid Album" -Hunter & Dazastah (Released 2011)
"Earthworthy" LP -Kadyelle (Release April 2010)
"Louder Actions Are Needed" -Thorts (Released 2010)
"Unheard & Unreleased" Digital EP -Kadyelle (2007)



Touted as being one of the most skillful females in the Australian hip hop scene right now after her solid debut release "Earthworthy" hit shelves in April 2010 (and later as a free download on Bandcamp), Kadyelle has supported and toured with such acts as Sage Francis, Ozi Batla, M-Phazes, Phrase, Spit Syndicate, The Tongue, Class A, Optamus & Dazastah of Downsyde, Seth Sentry, Muph & Plutonic, Phatchance & Coptic Soldier and a host of other acts in the Australian Hip Hop scene.

Kadyelle's debut solo album, "Earthworthy", received local, national and international radio play. The album received daytime play on Triple J as well as being featured album/artist of the month on DopeFM, Ontario, Canada. Kadyelle was twice nominated for "Best Female MC" on OzHipHop.com and thusfar has placed second. Kadyelle's film clip, "Anybody Like Me" was featured in Adelaide Hip Hop & Graffitti Art festival, LadieKillaz.

Kadyelle goes on tour in March 2011 in Western Australia and Victoria. Check her Facebook fan page for further details.

Kadyelle's new studio album "The Tree That Kept Apart The Stars" is released nationally in 2011 (Label TBA) and features Ozi Batla, Phatchance, Class A, Optamus, Dazastah, Thorts, Hunter, Soma, Brooke Taylor, Porsah Laine and DJ Silence. Kadyelle is also in preparation for the release of her new album in the USA and tours there early 2012.