National Indigenous Music Awards 2020: Baker Boy wins second artist of the year title | The Guardian

The Yolngu rapper also won song of the year for Meditjin, while Archie Roach claimed album of the year for Tell Me WhyBaker Boy has risen to the occasion at this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards, sweeping up three of the gongs available, including the coveted artist of the year.The Yolngu hip-hop artist, real name Danzal Baker, beat a competitive field for the artist of the year title, with shortlisted acts including Electric Fields, Emily Wurramara, Jessica Mauboy, Mau Power and Thelma Plum. Continue reading…

The Yolngu rapper also won song of the year for Meditjin, while Archie Roach claimed album of the year for Tell Me Why

Baker Boy has risen to the occasion at this year’s National Indigenous Music Awards, sweeping up three of the gongs available, including the coveted artist of the year.

The Yolngu hip-hop artist, real name Danzal Baker, beat a competitive field for the artist of the year title, with shortlisted acts including Electric Fields, Emily Wurramara, Jessica Mauboy, Mau Power and Thelma Plum.

Continue reading…


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