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Wednesday, 24 May 2017

Meet Baker Boy: the 20-year-old Aboriginal Australian rapping in his mother language

Meet Baker Boy: the 20-year-old Aboriginal Australian rapping in his mother language
- Danzel Baker is a 20-year-old Australian performer, sending some positive vibes to Indigenous Australian communities and we’re sure, the music world. Baker has already released Cloud 9, a track featuring him rapping in the Yolngu Matha language; a first for Aussie indigenous rappers, who don’t actually have a history of performing in their native language. Baker’s intention is to become a role model to kids living in remote communities, using traditional culture to reach out to those involved in drug use and drinking.