Ever since Jimmy Recard hit top 10 in the 2008 Triple J Hottest 100, it’s like everything Drapht touches turns to gold.
His proceeding fourth album (and first as an Obese Records alumni), 2011’s The Life Of Riley produced some of the best singles in Australian hip hop history,
earning a staggering seven ARIA nominations, and a win for Best Urban Album. Establishing Drapht for both his honesty and his ability to
pen a hook, it was a breakthrough album in the truest sense. Now, back with another insanely catchy single in Dancin’ John Doe, Drapht has
dropped the follow-up that fans have been waiting for.
Taking things back to his roots, Drapht (aka Paul Reid) has once again teamed up with Perth legend Dazastah (Downsyde) who
co-produced Drapht’s first two records: Pale Rider (2003) and Who Am I (2005). Taken from his fifth album 7 Mirrors (due later in the year),