Where is 360 rapper from?
360/Place of birth
Where did 360 grow up?
360 was born on 12 July 1986. He attended Luther College in Melbourne’s eastern suburbs and graduated from Box Hill Senior Secondary College.
WHAT IS 360’s real name?
Are Pez and 360 still friends?
Pez and 360 have been long-time friends and collaborators. They’ve worked together as part of a duo, Forthwrite, notably contributing to the track The Club Song on M-Phazes’ 2010 album Good Gracious. Still, all in all, Pez is appealing for compassion.
Are PEZ dispensers worth collecting?
But nearly all Pez without feet bring at least $10 or more. And, one in three from the 1960s are worth $100. Also valuable – up to $5,000 – are dispensers with a shooting star on the side instead of the Pez name. To be valuable to a collector, Pez dispensers must work and be in perfect condition.
When did 360’s first song Come Out in Australia?
During the early years of his music career, 360 collaborated with Pez as part of a duo called “Forthwrite”, including a track called “The Club Song” on the 2010 album Good Gracious, by producer M-Phazes. 360 also featured on Pez’s 2008 single, “The Festival Song”, which peaked at No. 14 on the ARIA Australian Singles Chart.
Who is the singer of impossible by 360?
“Impossible” is a collaboration with Daniel Johns, of Australian band Silverchair, and Johns also appears in the music video, in which he is a passenger in a car driven by 360. A music video was also released for the second single and was published on the artist’s YouTube channel during the week before Australia Day.
When did 360 start the Rapper Tag Project?
In 2010, 360 started an online musical project in the Australian hip hop scene, called “Rapper Tag”, on YouTube. Rapper Tag involves one person recording a portion of rap over a looped beat, and then nominating (“tagging”) another person to add further rapping over the same loop.
When did 360’s third album Utopia come out?
Prior to the release of the artist’s third album, Utopia, on 13 June 2014, three singles were released: “Impossible”, “On A Planet No One Knows” and “Sixavelli”. “Impossible” is a collaboration with Daniel Johns, of Australian band Silverchair, and Johns also appears in the music video, in which he is a passenger in a car driven by 360.