Highsnobiety Music went down under to give you an up-close and personal look at a few of the rising music stars coming out of Sydney, Australia. Our second installment follows The Yung Dready Bastrd, a Ghanaian-Australian rapper raised in a predominantly white Australian community on the coast. After local haters mocked him simply for being the artist that he is and even vandalized the house where he lived with his mom, he retained his zen and relocated to Sydney, where he's now riding the new wave of Australian rap.

Tune in to The Yung Dready Bastrd’s SoundCloud right here to hear more of his work.

Watch the full mini-documentary above and stay tuned for Episode 3 next week. Catch up on Episode 1 with Miles Glyphers here.

To see more videos in our Highsnobiety TV series, click right here.

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