KERSER Gets Salty With Triple J

KERSER Gets Salty With Triple J
NOTE: This article has been translated into Pig Latin for any lads reading. You can read it HERE. Eshay.

Gutter rap star/king of Aussie hip-hop beef/Lord of the Adlays EMCEE KERSER has gotten a bit salty with national youth radio station triple j in a recent interview with news.com.au.

Slamming the station for allegedly never playing his music, despite his status as a fairly successful local artist, Kerser had this to say about the situation:

I feel like I have been ignored by that station and the industry and they are meant to be playing music which appeals to youth. But they just won’t play it and I can’t put my finger on why.

If they checked out my shows or social media, they would realise that a lot of youth are into Kerser.

I personally don’t think I need them when I have got to where I am and they have ignored me for this long. I can put a clip on YouTube and get 300,000 views” he explained.

Regardless of what certain people say about the Sydney-local rapper, he does have a point – he reached a top 10 spot on the ARIA Chart with his 2013 album SCOT, and his latest single ‘Next Step‘ has racked up close to 150,000 views in under a fortnight on YouTube alone, with a total of 35 million views combined on all his tracks hosted with the site. If that isn’t success, then I don’t know what is.

Kerser‘s much-anticipated fifth studio album, entitled Next Step, will be released tomorrow (Friday the 13th of November) via ABK Records. The album can be purchased from iTunes, with physical copies available from most good record stores.

NOTE: This article has been translated into Pig Latin for any lads reading. You can read it HERE. Eshay.

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