Olive Amun gives ‘No Fck”s on his new single featuring Marcus, Charlie Threads and sol’ Manic

Queensland-born, Melbourne-based artist Olive Amun just shared a brand new single titled ‘No Fck‘, featuring three of our favourite ‘burn city’ emcees; Marcus, Charlie Threads and sol’ Manic.

The track combines elements of blues and jazz, along with some wobbly ‘boom bap’ production, while the vocals are representative of what the title suggests.

Amun kicks things off with an energetic and charismatic verse, with some cheeky tongue-in-cheek lines such as, ‘this is just some boom bappy rappy shit, 19 shitting on the game, too many laxatives.”

The hook on this joint is super catchy too, it really brings us back to the likes of Mac Miller’s ‘Watching Movies With The Sound Off’ project.

Listen to ‘No Fck‘ below and tell us in the comments what you think.

Hearing Marcus, Charlie and sol’ Manic together on a track again is also a pleasant surprise, It’s been a minute since we’ve heard anything from Marcus, but this fresh verse from him makes up for the time. We’re really hoping to hear some more material.

Charlie Threads also does his thing on this single, coming in smooth with his signature wordplay and bouncy delivery.

And lastly, sol’ Manic closes the cut with an electrifying performancce, lifting the tempo and preaching  vocals.

With Amun’s debut EP expected to release real soon, we can’t wait to hear what else he’s been cooking up.

Be sure to give some love to Olive Amun on his socials below:
Facebook: @Olive-Amun
Instagram: @oliveamun
SoundCloud: @oliveamun


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