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founded deep inside the suburb known as Mt Druitt in the district of Western Sydney.
Two members of controversial 'drill rap' group OneFour have been jailed after bashing three men in a pokie room with a hammer and a chair leg.
Pio Misa, known as Youngest Player or just YP, was jailed for four years on Wednesday at the Sydney District Court.
Dahcell Ramos, who goes by the rap name celly14, was jailed for 10 years.
In the early hours of July 21 last year, Misa and Ramos were at the Carousel Inn in Rooty Hill when they viciously assaulted Anthony Hayward, Tony Taylor and Shayne Turner.
In 2019, Western Sydney rappers ONEFOUR fast became one of the most talked about groups not only in Sydney, but across the globe. Claiming the title of Australia’s first drill group, they take liberal inspiration from their UK drill counterparts, vividly rapping about the harsh realities of life on the streets. Their single ‘Spot the Difference’ preceded their rise to notoriety, and has since become an anthem epitomising everything that ONEFOUR stand for. Despite an ongoing battle with local authorities insistent on shutting down their performances, citing unfounded claims that their lyrics could incite violence, ONEFOUR have amassed a worldwide following of supporters who are acutely aware of both the hypocrisy of ONEFOUR’s critics, and the gravity of the group’s voice as an emblem for representation and resistance. - https://fbiradio.com/fbi-smac-awards-2019-winners/
Mount Druitt NSW, Australia