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5 LESSONS DALI HART HAS LEARNT AS A KOREAN-AUSTRALIAN RAPPER IN 2022

His Red Bull 64 Bars is out now!

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Korean-Australian rapper Dali Hart recently showcased his talents on Red Bull 64 Bars, an initiative that highlights emerging talent in Australian hip-hop, showcasing their free style skills. The 1300 member has shared with MILKY five lessons he's learnt as a Korean-Australian rapper in 2022.


I’m honoured to be a part of this and the opportunity to work with Red Bull. I’m aware that I may be the first Korean rapper on this and hence, I’m very excited. Korea is still home to me but the fact that I was given this opportunity from Red Bull Australia is heartwarming. Can’t wait for this to come out!“ Hart shares of his participation in the series.



LESSON 1. “MUSIC HAS NO LANGUAGE”

Even though I use about 80% of Korean in my rap lyrics, the response from the Australian public has been super supportive which made me realise that it doesn’t matter which language I’m rapping in.


LESSON 2. “INSPIRATION FROM OTHER AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS”

Most of the music I used to listen to were songs from Korean artists but after meeting artists in the Australian music scene and hearing their music, it brings me a different perspective and gives me inspiration for my own music.


LESSON 3. “FANS KNOW HOW TO HAVE FUN”

I haven’t performed in other countries yet but I can tell that the audience here in Australia are always enjoying themselves and even opening a mosh pit. Haha!


LESSON 4. “AUSTRALIAN ARTISTS ARE TALENTED”

I feel like I only became part of the Australian music scene recently which allowed me to discover many other talented artists and creatives here, who are also supportive of each other.


LESSON 5. “PASSIONATE AND ENJOYMENT”

Thanks to everyone’s support, I’ve been feeling more passionate and more enjoyment in what I do so I hope to keep making more music for Australian fans!



Watch Dali Hart's Red Bull 64 Bars performance below!